The Anticipated Changes to the Definition of “Catastrophic Impairment”

Author(s): Darcy R. Merkur, Deanna S. Gilbert

October 18, 2012

Changes to the important “catastrophic impairment” definition are imminent. Changes will lead to uncertainty and delay.

This presentation will:

  • Review all of the recent developments
  • Discuss the anticipated CAT changes and the concerns
  • Provide an update on where we are heading . . .

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