The Appeals Board held oral arguments last week by videoconference on the topics of an employee’s proper impairment rating, an employer’s right to a medical examination, and whether a court ... Read More
The Code of Judicial Conduct is a intriguing construct. The mere reference in singular terms belies reality. There is no such "the." Around the country, there are a variety of such codes enacted by courts, ... Read More
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We make no bones about it; this is one of the stranger stories to be posted on the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Blawg. It wasrecently reported by WorkersCompensation.com that one of the world’s leading hip ... Read More
2019 was not a good year for data breaches. In fact, research firm Risk Based Security called 2019 "the worst year on record" for breaches, with over 5,100 breaches in the first nine months of the year alone ... Read More
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First, on Monday, new rules became effective that govern the appeals process for both interlocutory appeals and compensation order appeals. They are available here. The ... Read More
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