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Charles Robinowitz, Esq. has his undergraduate degree in government from Cornell University and his law degree from the University of Virginia. Before attending law school, he was a graduate student in Swedish government for one year at Stockholm University. Following law school he was a law clerk for one year for Judge Richard H. Levet, a senior judge in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. He is a member of the New York and Oregon Bars, and is also admitted to practice in the federal district court in Oregon, the Fourth and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeal and the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the Multnomah Bar Association, the Oregon Trial Lawyers’ Association, where he has served on its Amicus Curiae committee for nearly 10 years, and the American Association for Justice. He has been in private practice in Portland, Oregon, since 1969, and has represented the claimants in many of the leading cases involving maritime workers in the Ninth Circuit including its recent decisions in Christensen, Van Skike and Dyer as well as Johnson v. Director, OWCP and Anderson v. Director, OWCP involving attorney fees under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act.More About Charles Robinowitz
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Product Code: 0861
Publisher: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company
Binding Information: casebound
Size: 6" X 9" Inches
Availability: In stock.
Long recognized as “the single source” reference guide for attorneys, adjusters, physicians, vocational counselors, and insurance professionals, this newly revised sixth edition includes the full text of the Longshore Act, and the applicable portions of the Code of Federal Regulations and presents an easy-to-read explanation of the Longshore Act from experts in law, medicine and administration. In a clear, concise manner, the Act is evaluated and examined, supplying you with careful presentations of important court decisions affecting its application. Legal decisions, statutes and regulations are cited throughout. Its treatment includes issues such as disability, occupational disease, coverage, benefits, vocational rehabilitation, employer’s liability, ethical considerations, third party provisions, Medicare and more. Practical questions are also addressed: file administration, administrative procedures, calculating wages, trial practice, appeals before the Benefits Review Board, jurisdictional issues, and more.
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