Mt. Laurel, NJ – – Capehart Scatchard Workers’ Compensation Department attorneys, John H. Geaney, Esq., Stephen T. Fannon, Esq., and Nancy J. Johnson, Esq. were featured speakers at a Millennium seminar event held on December 3rd at the Hilton in Parsippany, New Jersey.
In addition to moderating the one-day program, Mr. Geaney presented “Tips You Need to Know to Defeat Occupational Disease Claims” and “Terminating Employees on Comp Without Violating the ADA, NJLAD and FMLA.” Mr. Fannon presented “Statutes and Defenses You Need to Know to Win in Workers’ Comp” and also served as moderator for a presentation titled, “A Comprehensive Discussion of IMEs in Workers’ Comp.” Ms. Johnson presented on “2015 New Jersey Court Decisions You Need to Know.”
A seasoned workers’ compensation practitioner for over 30 years, Mr. Geaney, a Moorestown resident, is the author of Geaney’s New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Manual and A Guide to Employment Issues Under the ADA & FMLA distributed by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Mr. Geaney concentrates his practice in the representation of employers in workers’ compensation defense matters, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Mr. Fannon, a Marlton resident and co-chair of the firm’s Workers’ Compensation Department, has been with the firm for 36 years and concentrates his practice in the representation of employers, self-insured companies, third-party administrators, and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation defense.
Ms. Johnson, a New Jersey resident, concentrates her practice in the defense of workers’ compensation representing major self-insured corporations, insurance companies and clients of third-party administrators. She is a frequent lecturer on workers’ compensation and Medicare issues. She is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Workers’ Compensation Law attorney, Ms. Johnson is an officer of the New Jersey State Bar Association Workers’ Compensation section and a member of the College of Workers’ Compensation Attorneys and Justice James Coleman Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court.