Recently, in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, the Court decided the case of California Insurance Guarantee Association vs. Azar. In this case, Medicare brought an action against the California Insurance ... Read More
The Tennessee Workers' Compensation Appeals Board rendered an interesting decision on October 11, 2019 in Caldwell v. Federal Mogul Motorsports, Docket No. 2019-04-0074. Scholars and litigants may ... Read More
Texas - The Texas Division of Workers’ Compensation released an analysis of outcomes in the workers’ compensation system since the implementation of the drug formulary in 2011. Since 2011, ... Read More
Thanks to a massive restructuring, OneCall lives to fight another day. This is excellent news for the folks who work there; not so much for the original investors.
Briefly, absent a new injection of equity ... Read More
The Workers’ Compensation Advisory Council (WCAC) held its October meeting at the LaSalle Building in Baton Rouge Thursday, October 24th.
The Office of Workers’ Compensation Administration ... Read More
Recently three injured workers were honored at the Comp Laude Gala put on by trade publication Workers’ Compensation Central. The event included a panel with the catastrophically injured workers ... Read More
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
New ... Read More
Brexit has caused a lot of discussion around potential impacts, threats and mitigations. Like many organizations, we’ve been carefully monitoring the situation and talking to our building repair and ... Read More
When individuals work for staffing agencies, interesting legal questions often arise. In Uribe v. Quartz Master, A-4071-17T1 (App. Div. May 2, 2019), Alberto Uribe was injured working for On ... Read More
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NY Considers Changing Employee Classification Laws Albany, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – Mirroring the legislation passed this September in California, New York state is considering changes to labor laws regarding how employers can classify their ...