California's First District Court of Appeal recently rendered Canovas et. al. v. State Personnel Board. In it, three employees of the California workers' compensation system sought judicial relief after ... Read More
In American legal proceedings there are debates of law and facts. The fact debates can be illustrated easily enough. Imagine that two motorists are involved in a vehicle collision at an intersection. Each ... Read More
InReed v. Exel Logistics, Inc., No. 17-0864, 2018 WL 2769041 (W. Va. June 6, 2018), the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals clarified the circumstances necessary for an employer to claim overpayment of ... Read More
That headline sounds like the title of a new Transformers movie. But, alas, it is merely a reference to another discussion of the law. (curmudgeon in the gallery "what does the law have to do with workers' ... Read More
I advocate that judges should prepare orders. My feelings about how lawyers and parties seek relief are as clear. The Rules of Procedure for Workers' Compensation Adjudications are consistent with both of ... Read More
Advances in healthcare technology have led to significant improvements in emergency medical care for injured workers. Injuries that were once considered fatal are now survivable. Industry attitudes ... Read More
In 2016, I penned To D or not to D? That It appears is the Question. The evolution of constraints on evidence in Florida legal proceedings has been an interesting one. It has come to the fore again ... Read More
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