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Good morning and welcome to C CK live on New Year's Eve and when I wish everyone a Happy New Year's my name is Robert Chisholm from Offerman Chisholm Chisholm and Kilpatrick and with me today is Brad Hennings and Cortney Ross and we're going to talk about the top three things affecting compensation benefits through the VA going into 2019 and it's not gonna be a long Facebook live today but if you have any questions please reach out to us on Facebook also visit us at CCK law calm and we can always answer your questions after this is over so without further ado I think the number one thing that is on everyone's mind is not only affecting VA but affecting the government generally and that's the government shutdown Brad so what are your thoughts about the government shutdown and how it affects if at all VA well there's there's good news and there's bad news as it relates to the VA and veterans benefits the good news is that the VA is fully funded and what that means is that all the VA employees are going about their regular business it has not been shut down so at the hospitals and most importantly on the benefits side everyone is processing claims they're paying benefits both on a continuing basis and a retroactive basis so it really should be somewhat seamless as it relates to the VA itself there are some questions as to the Treasury because the Treasury is affected by the government shutdown but we have not seen any issues relating to veterans and their benefits in our practice so far so as far as we know our clients awards are being processed clients who are currently receiving benefits of receiving benefits so that processes has not generally been effective as far as we know correct and in a bit of GAO's humor I'm sure that the traffic in the Washington DC area is down for all those VA employees that are trying to commute in every day so as I understand it they're fully funded for fiscal year 2019 and their fiscal year-end the end of September 2019 so as far as we know they should be okay till then that's right no matter what else happens with these negotiations that are ongoing between the Congress and the president va is fully funded through the end of September 2019 okay so that's topic one I want to move on to topic two which is a big one for VA and that's appeals reform we believe that appeals were form will go into effect sometime mid-february as we understand it 2019 and that's going to be a dramatic change in the way VA processes Appeals so Courtney do you want to give a little background on the reason for Appeals reform that we can talk about some of the challenges and some of the hopes of this so Congress passed appeals reform back in