It is the things we have done and lived through that matter to us, so much more than words that have been said to us. We have all experienced challenges, tragedies, and failures. In large part, they make us ... Read More
UPDATED: An edited version 2 ("v2") includes my notes from Dr. Meister's presentation on Sep 8.
In case you weren't at the California Work Comp & Risk conference in Dana Point yesterday (Sep 7), haven't ... Read More
In case you weren't at the California Work Comp & Risk conference in Dana Point yesterday (Sep 7), haven't read the news yet, or didn't see my real-time posts on LinkedIn and Twitter, Labor Secretary ... Read More
The WCRC, the entity which reviews Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Asides (WCMSAs) for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued the award to Capitol Bridge LLC, a government ... Read More
The standard start of a conversation between strangers is "so what do you do for a living." One of these days, I'm going to say I'm a barista, although it will become painfully obvious that I don't drink ... Read More
It is easy to be the Monday-morning quarterback. Viewing events in retrospect lends to analysis that is perhaps impractical in real time. And, it seems popular these days to be critical of various ... Read More
The Florida Legislature revisited the Americans with Disabilities Act in 2017.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal law passed in 1990. It is a bit troubling to me to write ... Read More
Everyone would appreciate a gracious judge, right?
Years ago, I was contacted about a case in one of our Districts; it had taken many months to get to trial. The party calling me was upset, and review of ... Read More
CA Governor Brown Announced Appointment to DWC Sacramento, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) - George Parisotto, 57, of Oakland, has been appointed administrative director of the Division of Workers’ Compensation at the California Department of ...