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Larry Cohen welcomes co-host Cindy Chanley and returning guest, tax attorney Robert Wood from Wood LLP, to explore the arena of non-qualified settlements and how the recent tax reform act is having an impact.
Dave Preble talks about ways to improve the way medical professionals handle the prescription of opioids for pain, how to identify drug-seeking behavior, methods of solving the issue that aren’t incarceration, and avoiding the complete demonization of using opioids.
Dori Foster-Morales and Mark Eiglarsh talk about attorney mental health and how it's important to being open about your struggles as a lawyer.
Judy Rushlow and Molly Paris discuss the Florida Lawyers Assistance Inc. (FLA) and how this could be a good resource for attorneys with mental health or substance abuse problems.
Josephine Grillo Sullivan, Executive Director of The Christina Grillo Sullivan Foundation discusses assisting families living with brain injuries and advocating for the long-term benefits of going with a structured settlement.
Litigation against Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, and the fight against the opioid epidemic.
Helena Berger, CEO of the AAPD, discusses her thoughts on the recent healthcare repeal effort, the importance of the disability vote, and making strides in the fight for people with disabilities.
The workers’ compensation and disability management process can be complicated for both employers and their workers. Learn about creating a seamless process in this podcast.
Larry Cohen and Ringler colleague, Erin Muller and hear from AdamPotter, the CEO and Founder of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM), about the new UCC program, benefits, recent legislation and nationwide implementation.