Boot Camp: Thursday, May 21
- Intermediate Boot Camp— Estimating Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Injuries: Making the Calculations and Critiquing an Opposing Expert’s Work — Dr. Allyn Needham, CEA*
- Advanced Boot Camp— Assessing Economic Damages from Both Sides: Applications Through Case Studies, including Matters Involving Injury to Self-Employed Individuals — Ms. Kristin Kucsma and Mr. George Barrett
*If you are interested in applying for EA or CEA certification and taking the CEA exam after the conference, please notify the AREA office well in advance.
Main Conference: Friday-Saturday, May 22-23
Following is the most up-to-date Conference working agenda:
- Dr. Ed Foster: Healthy Life Expectancy
- Dr. Gary Skoog: The Markov Model of Labor Force Activity and Years to Final Separation
- Dr. Tom Ireland: Controversies in the Valuation of Household Services
- Mr. Matt Sims: Integrating Work Skills When Valuing Non-Labor Time
- Dr. Victor Matheson: Affordable Care Act, Insurance and Tort Awards; What Does The Future Hold?
- Dr. Scott Gilbert (topic pending)
- Dr. Bill Pearson: Proving Damages in Tort Litigation: A Composite Case Study
- Mr. David Gibson: Expansion and Application of Age Earning Profiles
- Ms. Cara Brown: The Lay of the Land in Canada: Differences Between Forensic Economists’ Plaintiff and Defense Approaches to Quantifying Pecuniary Damages
- Dr. Harvey Rosen: The Opioid Epidemic Crisis: Medical Monitoring on MAS Babies
- Dr. Kelly Kazukauskas: Ethics
Each year AREA awards PRE-APPROVED CEU CREDIT to attendees of its conference sessions from ABVE, CDMS, CRCC and ICHCC.
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Thanks for your patience as we continue to work on the Conference brochure. Please stay tuned for updates.