Wyoming Legislature to Address COVID-19 Claims under Wyoming Worker’s Compensation Act

On Friday, May 15, 2020, the Wyoming Legislature will open a special session to address the use of Federal funds provided under the CARES Act.  The Wyoming Legislature will also consider House Bill No. HB1002, which proposes changes to the Wyoming Worker’s Compensation Act (“the Act”) to allow for the compensability of worker’s compensation claims […]

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EEOC Guidance Provides Employers Answers to Numerous Questions Related to COVID-19 and the Workplace

Earlier this year, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission established a webpage titled “Coronavirus and COVID-19,” with the goal of consolidating information, questions, and answers about the interplay between equal employment opportunity laws and COVID-19.  One of the most useful tools available on the webpage is the EEOC’s question and answer document titled, “What […]

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May 8, 2020 – Preparing and Cross-Examining Witnesses

LawPay’s Director of Education, Claude E. Ducloux, presents a 30-minute power point covering: When and why you need witnesses; Knowing your elements of proof for the claim or defense; Explaining the Witness’ Role – demeanor and presentation; The importance of credibility: body language, certainty and skill; Understanding your own case theory, and much more!

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May 7, 2020 – Oil and Gas Leases and Liens: Key Savings Clauses and Lien Procedures

In light of extraordinarily low oil prices, many lessors and lessees are wondering what their rights may be under their leases and what the process is for pursuing an oil and gas lien. This webinar will discuss key savings clauses and concepts typically contained in oil and gas leases such as force majeure, cessation/continuous production, shut-in provisions, and production in paying quantities.

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