Thursday, November 5, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST
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Maryland Workers’ Compensation: What is Considered a Work-Related-Injury for At-Home Employees? 

With the prevalence of employees working from home during the pandemic, it is more important than ever that Maryland employers understand how to handle injuries that occur while employees are working remotely at home as an ever-expanding workplace. Please join us as our panelists explore the factors in determining whether an injury at home is work-related, along with guidance from recent decisions of the Maryland courts.


  • John T. Huskin, Esquire, Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney, Chartwell Law
  • Steven R. Tregea, Esquire, Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney, Chartwell Law
  • Jeffrey T. Weinberg, Commissioner (ret.) Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission & Jeffrey Weinberg Mediation Services
  • James T. McAlister, Esquire, Claimant Attorney, Cohen Snyder Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A. 


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