New terms are cropping up in the midst of this Coronavirus or COVID experience. One of the catchiest was used (apparently not originated) by a Hawaiian mayor referring to a "Florida Man" as a ... Read More
A medication error is defined as “any preventable event that may cause or lead to inappropriate medication use or patient harm while the medication is in the control of a health care professional, ... Read More
The Louisville Courier Journal (subscription) recently published A lawyer threatened to kill 2 other attorneys. Why did the Kentucky bar dismiss the case? The article raises some significant ... Read More
COVID-19 is impacting a wide range of sectors and businesses at different levels. The marine industry is one of many, as 90% of the non-bulk world trade cargo is carried in containers. So what does that ... Read More
OSHA issued a COVID-19 reporting guidance that lacks a foundation in essential epidemiology as well as legal evidentiary principles for admissibility. It is doubtful that court of law would permit the ... Read More
After 28 calls with workers’ comp execs over the last 8 days it’s quite clear many are very concerned about specific issues.
With payrolls plummeting, small businesses closed and ... Read More
As the nation continues to navigate the COVID-19 crisis and states gradually lift restrictions, a critical question remains for insurers: how will the pandemic impact workers’ compensation ... Read More
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The Texas Supreme Court analyzed the Airline Deregulation Act (ADA), the McCarran-Ferguson Act, and a host of federalism issues in a case involving the state’s authority to ...