The American Bar Association encourages members to support the communities in which they live and work. In an effort to help the New Orleans community, in which we are meeting for the Workers' ... Read More
The timeliness of decisions is a persistent discussion in the realm of litigation generally, and workers' compensation is not an exception. In a broader sense, the recently discussed Workgroup Report on ... Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
U.S. Supreme Court blocks vaccine-or-test standard
Last week the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the stay of OSHA’s standard for COVID-19 ... Read More
VACCINE SIDE EFFECTS COMPENSABILITY OVERVIEW.
Vaccines against COVID-19 have arrived and are readily available for Kansans to receive, and the virus appears to be morphing into multiple variants with ... Read More
The NJ Supreme Court ruled that an employee’s injuries arose out of and in the course of her employment because the parking lot where she was injured was owned and maintained by the employer, adjacent ... Read More
If your company’s fleet includes a school bus, dump truck, or any other type of commercial vehicle, February 7, 2022, should be an important date for you. On that Monday, the final rule (49 CFR part ... Read More
The Supreme Court released a stay order on 1/13/2022 to block OSHA’s vaccine Emergency Temporary Standard from being enforced. The two highly anticipated rulings temporarily blocked the COVID-19 ... Read More
In a highly anticipated 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) issued a ruling granting a temporary stay of OSHA’s vaccine or weekly testing emergency temporary standard (ETS) ... Read More
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