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Robert Wilson is President & CEO of WorkersCompensation.com, and "From Bob's Cluttered Desk" comes his (often incoherent) thoughts, ramblings, observations and rants - often on workers' comp or employment issues, but occasionally not.

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The Conversation: "I Am So Thankful I Didn't Get That Scooter"

One of the more compelling contributions to the recent 2016 Workers’ Compensation Summit in Dallas (The “National Conversation”) came from someone likely unaccustomed to the ...

Anti-Diarrheal Makes Crappy Recreational Drug

This story came to me from West Virginia a couple weeks ago, but as you may know we’ve been too immersed in talking about a ...

The Notes from the Workers' Comp Summit - Now It Is Your Turn to Join the National Conversation

The final notes from the 2016 Workers’ Compensation Summit held in Dallas last week were released to the participants today. We promised that all of ...

The Workers' Comp Conversation: When States Punish Good Intent

We are finalizing the initial notes from the Summit; the “national conversation” on workers’ compensation held in Dallas last week, and we hope to publish ...

The National Conversation Continuation – What's In a Name?

It was at breakfast, on the first day of meetings at the 2016 Workers’ Compensation Summit, where an interesting observation was made. The Summit, as ...

A Message of Transparency From the National Conversation

Well, the national conversation on workers’ compensation concluded yesterday, except it didn’t (If you don’t know what I am talking about, read here). We had ...

And The Conversation Begins in Dick Cheney's Basement

This morning finds me firmly ensconced in a top secret "undisclosed location", preparing to attend the 2016 Workers' Compensation Summit - the result of an ...

On Meeting Charles Krauthammer, a Perfect Fit for Workers' Comp

At the NCCI Annual Issues Symposium last week, I had the pleasure of hearing one of my favorite columnists, Charles Krauthammer, as he delivered the ...

Transformational Transformations of the Transforming World of Workers' Comp

It was the “word” from NCCI during their Annual Issues Symposium last week: Transforming. Newly ensconced CEO Bill Donnell announced it as the latest edition ...

Some Final Thoughts on the Best Blogs Experience

As most of you know, we announced the 2016 Best Blogs list yesterday. Before I proceed with some final thoughts on that experience, I have ...

Best Blogs to Be Announced on Monday

Well, the tabulations are complete, the results are in, and the first “Best Blogs” competition is now under our belt with the winners scheduled to ...

BeautifulPeople.com Reportedly Hacked – I Hope My Data is Safe

It was revealed this week that the website BeautifulPeople.com, a dating service dedicated to the mutual pairing of only the world’s most beautiful people, has ...

Does OK AG Motion to Delay Opt Out Case Signal Losing Hand?

Sometimes actions speak louder than words. I think this would definitely hold true for recent developments in Vasquez vs. Dillard’s, the case in which Oklahoma ...

A SAIF/Plotkin Non-Update Update

It has been quite some time since I’ve written about the termination of John Plotkin. In fact, it has been just over a year since ...

Oklahoma Supremes Uphold Commissions Ability To Determine Constitutionality

The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Commission and its administrative law judges have the power to determine whether a provision ...

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