'No-Fault Institute XIX' offered by MAJ next month in Novi

The Michigan Association for Justice will sponsor its “No-Fault Institute XIX—Hacking Our Way Through the Jungle of Issues” on Thursday and Friday, October 13-14, at the Four Points by Sheraton Novi, 27000 S. Krevich Dr. in Novi.  

Thursday, October 13, will be “PIP Day” and Friday, Oct. 14, will focus on “Negligence.” Tom Sinas and Wayne Miller are moderating the institute.

Topics to be covered include;

Day 1: PIP Day

• Update on PIP Cases, with Wayne Miller of Miller & Tischler PC

• The PIP Opt Out, with Pratheep Sevanthinathan, Seva Law Firm

• Fee CAPS: Medicare (3157(2)-(6)), with Richard Hillary, Miller Johnson,

• Fee CAPS: Non-Medicare (3157(7)), with Milea Vislosky, Miller & Tischler PC

• Barrier Free Home Accommodation and Van Claims, with Adrienne Logeman, Logeman, Iafrate, & Logeman PC

• Utilization Review, with Alan Latham, Latham Law Group PLLC

• The MCCA’s Role in Reimbursing and Obstructing Catastrophic PIP Claims, with Nick Andrews, Liss, Seder, & Andrews PC

• Managing DMES Under the New §3151. Interplay with MCR 2.311, the Micheli Case, with Darren Legato, Serafini, Michalowski, Derkacz, & Assoc.

• Fraud & Rescission Update, with Matt Payne, Sigal Law Firm PLLC

• Service Provider Claims, with Josh Havens & Adam Slingwein, Law Offices of Bruce K. Pazner

• Injunction Practice, with Steve Hulst, Rhoades McKee

• Andary Litigation Update, with George Sinas, Sinas Dramis Law Firm

Day 2: Negligence

• Medicaid Liens Under the New Law, with Matt Turner, Sommers Schwartz

• New PIP and Third Party Jury Instructions, with Steve Sinas, Sinas Dramis Law Firm

• Rideshare Law, with Kevin Komar, Sinas Dramis Law Firm

• Fundamentals of Auto Liability Law and Evidence, with Josh Terebelo, Michigan Auto Law

• Probate for PIP & PI, with Michele Fuller, Michigan Law Center PLLC

• Auto Neg Skills, with Chad Engelhardt, Goethel Engelhardt PLLC

• Auto Neg/Tort Threshold Update, with Tom Sinas, Sinas Dramis Law

• DIFS Update, with Anita Fox, director of DIFS

• The Future of Auto Law, with Brandon Hewitt, Michigan Auto Law

• Trying & Winning Difficult Cases, with Chris Hunter, Michigan Auto Law

The seminar is open to MAJ members and non-members. Cost for MAJ members is $550, MAJ members 3 years or less of practice pay $360, MAJ sustaining members pay $300, MAJ Paralegal and student members pay $330, and non-members pay $800. Judges can attend for free. The 2-day seminar prices include food, beverages, and materials sent with digital link.

To register, visit www.michiganjustice.org or call 517-321-3073.

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