Employers can be held liable for discriminatory conduct even if the individual responsible for the decision was not discriminatory but relied to a degree on those who were, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled ... Read More
We are very fortunate to be associated with some very fine, knowledgeable persons who provide excellent insight into the various topics we constantly highlight in bringing our readers and clients cost ... Read More
Christopher M. Redmond, a Senior Partner at the New York Workers' Compensation Law Firm of Turley Redmond Rosasco & Rosasco, LLP, has opened a new office on Main Street in Sag Harbor, NY to serve ... Read More
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) in Ireland recently issued clarification in relation to work activity at graveyards and cemeteries under the control of Local Authorities.
Contrary to some ... Read More
Workers Comp: Ripe For Cost-Cutting – Two Places To Check
Despite devotion to corporate cost cutting, there is one expense that still gets very little attention: workers compensation.
And ... Read More
Nearly one in five of the construction sites visited in East Lancashire, Great Britain recently were ordered to stop work due to health and safety concerns.
Inspectors from the Health and ... Read More
A new report is hinting the air at many Quebec construction sites contains levels of asbestos at or higher than provincial norms, raising new questions regarding whether the substance can be properly managed ... Read More
A New Jersey man who claims he suffered permanent heart damage after drinking the alcohol- and caffeine-laced Four Loko beverage has in turn sued the manufacturer.
According to the Associated ... Read More
Getting Schooled on Texas Subrogation I wrote a post last week entitled, “For Texas Subrogation, the Devil is in the (Policy) Details.” It concerned a Texas Supreme Court Decision where an insurance carrier had attempted to collect ...