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SSD Brown Bag - MN Statute: Section 144.292 Patient Rights and the $10 Medical Records Fee

 
Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2016 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM
Venue: Presidents Room / Minnesota State Bar Association  Minneapolis, MN United States  Get Directions
Total Price: $0.00
 
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Registration Deadline for REMOTE participation is THIS Monday, November 14, 2016.    

In person attendance can register in advance or at the door.  Beverages will be provided. Don't forget your bag lunch!

Join the Social Security Disability Law Section for a bi-monthly brown bag lunch (rotates every other month with a formal CLE presentation with the exception of December; the next roundtable following is scheduled for February 21) to discuss various practice-related topics.  These roundtable brown bag discussions are free and informal as no CLE credit is offered but a great opportunity to share and learn from other SSD practitioners.

This month’s brown bag session will feature Minn. Statute Sec. 144.292 and the $10 fee for medical records.

Please bring your war stories, successes and the problems you have had with the implementation of this statute. If you have documents you have used to enforce the statute that have worked, bring them along!

Discussion Facilitator:

Emily Cooper, Principal Attorney at Cooper Law, LLC

CLE Credit:

No CLE credit is available.  

Cost:

There is no fee to attend.

Join the Social Security Disability Law Section: Click here to add the section to your membership. 

Non-attorneys who are not eligible for membership in the MSBA can join the Social Security Disability Law Section. Details are available here.

Remote Participation: 

Remote attendance is available.  Please indicate that you will attend remotely when registering. REMOTE REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14. Instructions will be sent via e-mail on Monday.

Want more information about the Social Security Disability Law Section?

Questions? Contact Geen Mui | 612-278-6346

 
No sessions have been associated with this event.