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Staffing Co.'s Employee Can't Maintain Civil Suit Against Employer's Client

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, December 22, 2017 | 798 | 0 | 0 min read

A Texas appellate court ruled that temporary staffing company’s employee could not maintain a civil suit against his employer’s client for injuries he sustained while working for the client. Case: Webester v. GSE Lining Technology, No. 14-16-00841-CV, 12/21/2017, published. Facts: Lee Webester worked for Aerotek Inc., a temporary staffing company. GSE Lining Technology contracted with Aerotek for the provision of workers at its manufacturing plant in Houston. The contract expressly provided that temporary employees assigned by Aerotek to GSE would perform services for GSE &ldquo...

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