2022 ALFAI Workers’ Compensation Seminar

JW Marriott Savannah Plant Riverside District 400 W River St
Savannah, GA 31401

ALFA International will hold its annual Workers’ Compensation Seminar themed Workers’ Comp in the Garden of Good and Evil, in Savannah, GA on March 23-25, 2022. The event will focus on a variety of current topics including: catastrophic claims and safety; the impact of COVID-19 on workers’ compensation plans; and the rise of marijuana in the workplace.

Young Moore attorneys, Dawn M. Dillon and Jeffrey T. Linder, are both slated to speak at the event as moderators of separate panel discussions. Dawn will moderate a discussion on How to Effectively Manage Mental Health Claims in the Workers’ Compensation Setting and Jeff will serve as moderator of a session titled Midnight in the Garden of Remote and Hybrid Work: A Panel Discussion on Work from Home Effects on Your Workers’ Compensation Program.

About ALFA International

ALFA International (ALFAI) was founded in 1980 as the first network of independent law firms. With more than 150 member firms throughout the world, it continues to be one of the largest and strongest legal networks. The ALFAI model enables member firms to use their local expertise to deliver highly effective legal solutions wherever clients need them, drawing upon the collective wisdom and experience of other member firms. ALFAI clients benefit from a geographically comprehensive network of exceptional law firms and accomplished trial and business counsel.  Learn more.

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