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Workers’ Compensation Luncheon/CLE: JCCS v. Attorneys: How Do Those Pesky Rules Apply
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 Export to Your Calendar 3/28/2017
When: 03/28/2017
12 - 1 PM
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Chester H. Ferguson Law Center
1610 N Tampa St.
Tampa, Florida  33602
United States

Online registration is available until: 3/26/2017
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JCCS v. Attorneys:  How Do Those Pesky Rules Apply to Specific Issues

1.0 CLE Credit including 1.0 Ethics (applied for)

Please join us for coffee and networking prior to the seminar.


• Excess Attorney Fees
• Necessity of hearings
• Advances
• Summary Final Order
• Rehearing


Ellen H. Lorenzen, JCC. Judge Lorenzen has served as a worker’s compensation judge since 2004. Prior to that, she practiced in the areas of workers’ compensation and personal injury beginning in 1978. She is a past president of the National Association of Workers’ Compensation Judiciary.

Mark A. Massey, JCC. Judge Massey has served as a worker’s compensation judge since 2013. Prior to that, he practiced in the area of workers’ compensation beginning in 1988. He initially represented claimants and later employers, carriers and self-insureds. Judge Massey also serves as a volunteer mentor and judge with the Hillsborough County Teen Court.

Stephen L. Rosen JCC. Judge Rosen began serving as a JCC in 2009 in Jacksonville. He transfered to St. Petersburg in 2011. Judge Rosen began practicing Worker's Compensation law in 1974 having represented employer/carriers, injured workers, and self-insured employers. He has served in leadership in numerous organizations during his career and is currently a Charter member of the Florida Worker's Compensation Hall Of Fame.

E. Douglas Spangler, JCC. Judge Spangler has served as a workers’ compensation judge since 2006. Prior to that, he practiced in the area of workers’ compensation (both claimant and defense) and served as a certified civil mediator. Judge Spangler began practicing in 1975 as a prosecutor.