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The Commission is closed Monday,
September 7, 2009 in observance
of Labor Day.|
Pursuant to Executive Order
Executive Order 01.01.2009.11 ,
State Government offices are
closed on Friday, September 4,
2009. All hearings/dockets
scheduled for Friday, September
4, 2009 are cancelled and will
be re-scheduled at the earliest
25th Annual MWCEA (Maryland Workers' Compensation Educational
Association, Inc.) Conference is set for September 20-23, 2009
at the Clarion Resort Fontainebleau Hotel and Conference Center in
Ocean City, Maryland.|
PUBLIC HEARING – PROPOSED REGULATORY AMENMENTS|
August 27, 2009 11:00 am
Workers’ Compensation Commission, 10 E. Baltimore Street, 4th Floor,
Baltimore, MD 21202
Purpose: Public Hearing to receive comments on proposed amendments
to COMAR 14.09.01.25 Attorney's Fees.
Rules of Procedure: This procedure follows State of Maryland
legislative committee proceedings.
1. Comments must be received by Wednesday, August 26, 2009.
Written comments are directed to: Michael L. Galey, Secretary;
Workers' Compensation Commission,
10 East Baltimore Street, Baltimore MD 21202 or via email to:
2. Parties who have submitted written comments will have the first
opportunity to speak at the hearing; others will have this
opportunity time permitting.
3. Questions and comments must be limited to issues pertinent to the
4. Commissioner members may question speakers.
5. Each speaker will be allotted a maximum of 10 minutes.
6. Only one speaker representing any organization, association,
commercial interest or business shall be permitted to speak at the
Our web-based services, including online forms and document
view, will be unavailable this Saturday, August 15th for required system upgrades.
The outage will begin at 8 a.m. and service will be restored as
quickly as possible. We apologize for
the inconvenience and urge all to plan accordingly.|
Commission hearing rooms are now equipped with
Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs), which will allow interested
parties in attendance to hear exactly what is being interpreted.
Each hearing room is equipped with a transmitter and four (4)
receivers. This new technology also filters out background noise and
other distractions helping each user to concentrate on the testimony
To schedule use of the ALD parties must
notify the Interpreter Office Program within two weeks of the
hearing notice date.