Editor in Chief David W. O'Brien

David W. O'Brien, a member of the California and New Hampshire bars, received his Bachelor of Education from Plymouth State University in 1950 and the degree of Doctor of Law from the University of San Francisco in 1960. He is admitted to the U.S. District Courts, Districts of New Hampshire and California. He is also a member of the American Bar Association. He is a Retired Workers' Compensation Administrative Law Judge (WCALJ) and has been an Administrative Law Judge with the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board and a Deputy Commissioner of Corporations for the State of California. He has served as a Senior Counsel for the State Compensation Insurance Fund and also devoted many years to the private practice of law as both a defense and plaintiff attorney. He serves as an expert witness in civil cases and is a Certified Administrator for Self-Insurance Plans.';

Associate Editor Rene Folse

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Rene Thomas Folse, J.D., Ph.D. received his Juris Doctor in 1974, Masters in Clinical Psychology in 1984 and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 1987. He is licensed as both an attorney at law and psychologist in California. He was the senior partner of one of Southern California's most reputable law firms, Miller & Folse, in 1974. Mr. Folse has focused his attention on the management of workers' compensation psychatric claims. Mr. Folse has acted as a Judge Pro Tem with the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, and has been a Qualified Medical Evaluator, and he holds a Self Insured Administrators Certificate. He has been appointed to numerous faculty and teaching positions and has co-authored a leading treatise discussing psychological injury claims. In addition to his many other accomplishments, Mr. Folse is a highly sought after speaker.';

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