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Webinars

RTGR Law is proud to offer Continuing Education Webinars to our Clients and the Community, available On-Demand 24/7.  At the conclusion of each webinar program will be details on where to send your questions and how to request Certificates of Attendance and PDF copies of the programs.

Employer Reporting Obligations under SB 1159

Correction: October 29, 2020 is the due date for an employer’s retrospective reporting of 07/06/2020 thru 09/27/2020 COVID-19 positive tests, not Oct. 17, 2020.

This webinar guides California employers through the reporting obligations of SB 1159, the COVID-19 workers’ compensation presumption law, and focuses on Labor Code section 3212.88. Senior partners, Bill Armstrong and Tom Richard present this on-demand webinar, courtesy of RTGR Law.


Applying Apportionment Law to the conclusive presumption of Labor Code Section 4662(a)

This 30-minute Webinar discusses Labor Code Section 4662(a) conclusive presumptions and the applicability of Labor Code Section 4663 and 4664 apportionment, in addition to two recent WCAB decisions on the issue of whether apportionment applies to Labor Code section 4662(a) conclusive presumptions.


COVID-19 Presumption Law In Effect Immediately

Employers and claims departments must now comply with the reporting requirements established under Labor Code § 3212.88 under SB 1159. Learn about the new law in this 1 hour Webinar.


Workers’ Comp 101 Webinar

This is the perfect program for employers, HR and Risk Management folks, entry-level claims personnel, or anyone new to California Workers’ Comp. Learn all about AOE/COE, exclusive remedy, employment issues, how to handle a claim, the types of benefits and the procedures at the WCAB. (30 minutes)

 

Safety Officer Presumption Webinar

This advanced program is perfect for public agency employers and senior claims folks who handle police and firefighter cases. We cover the cancer, heart and PTSD presumptions (among others) and ways to mitigate Public Safety Workers’ Compensation exposure. (1 hour)