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Judge 'Inclined' to Grant Injunction in Lien Stay Challenge

Friday, July 14, 2017 | 22442 | 2 | 0 min read

A federal judge in Los Angeles said he is inclined to issue an injunction prohibiting the Division of Workers’ Compensation from enforcing the lien stay provision in Senate Bill 1160. U.S. District Judge George H. Wu wrote in a tentative decision that he has “serious concerns that the statute as written affords no due process for lien holders whose liens are stayed pursuant to (Labor Code) Section 4615.” Wu on Thursday ordered the state to submit a supplemental brief explaining the process for lien holders to appeal a stayed lien. He said he would be “inclined” ...

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