California Coalition on Workers' Compensation


Educational Webinars

Is California’s workers’ comp system on the precipice of a major shakeup? What are the latest tools and strategies to help employers navigate workers’ comp issues in a post-pandemic world? As employers begin to recover from the health and economic crisis, a tsunami of ugly bills introduced this session could potentially unwind previous reforms. Meanwhile, expanding presumptions and the usual suspects vying for a piece of the pie challenge the existing structure and balance of the state’s workers’ comp system as we know it.

Past Programs

Use the links below to access materials from previous California Coalition on Workers' Compensation webinars and seminars. (Member log-in required)

Combating Insurance Fraud

During this in-person seminar, hosted in conjunction with CalChamber, attendees learned about the latest developments in the investigation and prosecution of insurance fraud from both the state and local enforcement perspectives.

January 19, 2017
2016 Year-End Legislative Review

In this webinar presentation, CCWC Legislative Advocate Jason Schmelzer provides an in-depth review of the political landscape in California workers’ compensation system, current performance metrics, and legislative and regulatory developments from 2016.

October 4, 2016
Techniques to Avoid Complex Claims

In this two-hour, in-person seminar attendees learned various techniques that, when utilized correctly, will avoid unnecessarily complex claims. The seminar was held at The Cheesecake Factory restaurant in Redondo Beach.

March 18, 2016
2015 Legislation: Making an Impact

Legislative Advocate Jason Schmelzer provides an in-depth look at CCWC's legislative priorities for 2015, analyzing specific bills introduced this session while surveying the current political landscape to assess challenges and opportunities.

April 9, 2015
The California Workers' Compensation Review-Preview

Legislative advocates for the California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation, CalChamber and Workers’ Compensation Action Network review the major policy and political developments of 2014, and preview issues on the radar for the upcoming 2015 legislative session.

December 17, 2014
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