Preliminary 2014 Comp Summit Information

  • Mark your calendars for August 24-26, 2014 and a return trip to the Samoset.
  • The full 2014 website and schedule is set to go live in April.
  • 2014 Sponsorship and EXPO opportunities available by contacting CLICK HERE to view the 2014 EXPO Plans for exhibitors and sponsors.
  • Interested in joining the program faculty? Contact
  • Attendees interested in joining the 2014 Hold-a-Seat List should contact email

2014 Budget Information: Registration is $440 ($410 for each additional person from the same company). Fees provide access to all educational programs, the EXPO hall, Sunday and Monday receptions, Sunday and Monday lunches, Monday and Tuesday breakfasts, and evening entertainment. Overnight rooms at the Samoset start at $157/night plus a $25 resort activity fee.

The following 2013 Comp Summit pages remain live for awhile.

2013: A Commitment to Workers' Comp Education

Comp Summit is Maine’s annual, system-wide event for the workers’ compensation community. Each year we crunch the numbers, parse the language of the statue, and look to the future. The quality education at this conference reaches the legal community, occupational health and wellness providers, insurers and adjusters, case managers, and Maine employers and employees alike. Continuing education credit has been approved for Maine attorneys, case managers (CCM, CRC, CDMS), and human resource professionals (HRCI general credit). Credits for New Hampshire attorneys pending.

2013 Topics. Independent Contractors, the ACA, the SMART Act, the Appellate Division, Section 312, Forms Galore, Insurance Rates, Mediation, 14 Days, the Legislature, FMLA and ADA Crossroads, Vocational Rehabilitation, Opiods, Ethics, Biopsychosocial Factors, Supplemental Benefits and more.

Making a Difference Through Collaboration

Our mission is the pursuit of common ground for injured workers, Maine employers and the Workers’ Compensation Board. We analyze the law’s impact on a tactical “day to day” basis and its strategic impact on employee rights, the business climate in Maine, and the grand bargain that created workers’ compensation systems in the first place. 



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