Commonly Misunderstood Issues: Reopening and Res Judicata
Super Early Registration Discount Through June 28, 2019
The rules on reopening and res judicata can be downright confusing. A clear understanding of these rules can result in larger awards for clients, while avoiding subsequent applications that can’t be won. Retired Administrative Law Judge David G. Hatfield consistently saw practitioners botch the rules on reopening and res judicata to their client’s detriment. Judge Hatfield will address these commonly misunderstood issues and clarify the confusing rules on reopening and res judicata.
There are NO refunds for this course.
We use Adobe Connect for our course, and you will have to download the application to attend.
You can download the application for WINDOWS and for MAC. You can download the application for mobile devices, but we would not recommend it.We think that the course is best viewed on a desktop or a laptop computer. Mac users have reported no problems using Adobe Connect.
After downing the application, you should perform a DIAGNOSTIC TEST to ensure that there are no computer or network issues. We do not anticipate that you will have any problems downloading the application or performing the diagnostic test. Contact us if you experience any problems.
You can listen to the presentation through your computer speakers.
Adobe Connect has accessibility features for individuals with visual, auditory, and mobility issues. You can learn more about these features HERE.
We can also provide closed captioning services. We will not provide closed captioning services unless requested.
Please contact us to assist you with any accessibility features.
If you are interested in CLE, please reach out to us. With sufficient notice, we may be able to apply for CLE in your jurisdiction. Only your jurisdiction can approve CLE credit, so we cannot represent that this course will be approved for CLE. If we seek CLE in a jurisdiction, we will post that information on this page.
If you wish to personally request CLE credit in your jurisdiction, please reach out to us so that we can make our best efforts to assist you.