Wisconsin attorneys, if you represent a clients that have permanent disability, either partial or total, this seminar is for you!
Measuring Earning Capacity Loss is a two hour Wisconsin CLE approved seminar held at the InterContinental Hotel in Milwaukee on Friday, October 12, 2012. Participants will receive detailed instruction on defining earning capacity loss, defining reduced earnings and reduced worklife expectancy for persons with a disability. Case studies specific to various types of partial disability will be examined. Presenting will be David Gibson, MBA, CPA, MRC.
Mr. Gibson is a senior vocational economic analyst for Vocational Economics, Inc. He provides expert testimony in the areas of lost earnings due to death, disability, or loss of employment, as well as commercial damages, business valuation, and the analysis of complex financial issues. He has provided testimony in both state and federal courts in approximately twenty states.
Mr. Gibson has researched and written extensively on the impact of disability on earnings and worklife expectancy using several noted studies. His published work includes The Gamboa Gibson Worklife Tables, formerly The New Worklife Expectancy Tables and Daubert, Disability, and Worklife Expectancy. Mr. Gibson’s work with the relatively new American Community Survey has included detailed examination of the impact of physical and cognitive disabilities on earnings and employment.
Registration is free and a lunch buffet will be served. To download the agenda and registration form, please click the following link: Measuring Earning Capacity Loss – Wisconsin Please fax the registration form to the Headquarters office of Vocational Economics, Inc. at 502-589-2750 by Friday, October 05, 2012.
We hope to see you there!