Friday, June 16, 2017
William “Bill” Minick is a workers’ compensation attorney that holds degrees from Abilene Christian, Pepperdine University, and the Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. An active member of the Dallas, TX community, Bill Minick currently leads as the president of PartnerSource.
PartnerSource stands out as a leading firm in the alternative workers’ compensation field. The firm represents large organizations to design, build and support their injury benefit plans, and has been active in industry organizations like the Texas Alliance of Nonsubscribers, the Oklahoma Injury Benefit Coalition, and the Association for Responsible Alternatives to Workers' Compensation.
In addition to ongoing consulting work, PartnerSource hosts the PartnerSource Employers’ Conference, one of the largest risk management events in the southwestern United States. Designed for professionals that are interested in learning about alternatives to workers’ compensation, the event features educational content, networking opportunities, relevant legislative and medical news, and industry experts. The next conference will be held on October 19-20, 2017.
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Attorney William “Bill” Minick serves as the president of PartnerSource in Dallas, TX. Knowledgeable on alternative workers’ compensation systems, Bill Minick applies his skill to help organizations across the country implement workers’ compensation options. Attorney Minick is a graduate of the Southern Methodist University (SMU) Dedman School of Law Tax LLM program.
An institution of higher education founded by the United Methodist Church, SMU has over 11,000 enrolled students. SMU is located in Dallas and offers a wide range of degree programs, including law degrees through the university’s Dedman School of Law. In addition to juris doctor and joint degrees, Dedman administers graduate degrees in areas such as taxation.
Students must pass specific degree requirements to obtain a master of laws in taxation through Dedman. Requirements include a minimum of two terms of residency for full-time students and three terms for part-time students, as well as the completion of 24 credit hours in coursework, research, and seminars. Finally, students must maintain a C average for all courses to obtain credit for them.