Recent Webinars

Friday, November 15, 2019 at 12:00!

“Light duty” – the term conjures up more questions than answers for human resource

The third calendar quarter of 2019 provides so much for us to learn from the 1st DCA and its

Friday, September 27, 2019 at 12:00!

Even though Florida’s workers’ compensation claimants have had the statutory right for a “one-time

Friday, August 30, 2019 at 12:00!

Since 2013, Florida has struggled with the issue of expert witnesses – what should

“Who has the time?”

We all know the requirements for adjuster licensing – including DOI’s new 5-hour update course on

Compensability…EMA’s…one-time changes…TTD: how firmly do we know these workers’ compensation issues? Apparently, as the 1st DCA had issued new

Newly effective § 112.1816 (07/01/2019) provides, as an alternative to traditional workers’ compensation, financial and medical benefits for firefighters

Just a few years ago, Florida voters passed Amendment 2 – Medical Use of Marijuana. The state legislature

Our Story

Yep, I’m the speaker with the sneakers! Thanks to a comical wardrobe malfunction several people know me for my peculiar conference attire.

Tim Jesaitis began the practice of law after graduating from Stetson University College of Law, cum laude, in 1990. But, in some ways, it didn’t start there. Tim graduated from the University of South Florida first with a degree in English, then a Master’s Degree in English Education. He taught English at USF and then at Admiral Farragut Academy (and, yes: I’m afraid spelling still counts!). Then he became a lawyer.

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