I&F to Present Traveling Employee Seminar at IL Chamber of Commerce

chamber announcement

 

When is a slip and fall compensable? When is an employee a “traveling employee,” and what does the law allow as a compensable accident for those employees? This two-part seminar hosted by partner Kevin Deuschle and veteran attorney Scott McCain will present attendees with the general rules applicable to defining a compensable slip and fall claim as well as the exceptions. We will also discuss current trends in the law and anticipated changes in how the compensability of a slip and fall is defined.

In the second part, we will look to the issue of traveling employees, including a history of evolving case law on this topic and discuss recent key decisions at the Illinois Supreme Court and Appellate Court levels assessing whether an employee is a traveling employee and when an accident involving a traveling employee is compensable.

 

  • REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

7:30 am – 9:30 am

Western DuPage Chamber – 306 Main St., West Chicago, IL 60185

Early Bird – (For everybody) – Sign up before March 16 – $40.00

Member – (For members of Illinois Chamber and local chamber partners) – $50.00

Retail – $60.00

**Registration includes breakfast

 

This seminar has been pre-approved to offer 2 HRCI credits.

This seminar has been submitted for approval to offer 2 CLE credits.

This seminar has been pre-approved to offer 2 SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs).

 

To register or for more information call Pam Holleman, HR Specialist/ Event & Publication Sales

at 855-239-6150 or pholleman@ilchamber.org.

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