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A federal judge in Nebraska has approved sanctions against the embattled Berkshire Hathaway affiliate Applied Underwriters for failing to produce documents, fully answer questions and make its attorney available for a deposition during litigation against New Jersey employment agency Tops Personne...Read More
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The Georgia Court of Appeals this week determined that a trial judge’s delay in issuing a decision on review of a State Board of Workers’ Compensation decision deprived him of jurisdiction to reverse the ruling.
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A federal judge in California who threw out a lawsuit by ex-NFL players alleging league-wide overuse of painkillers said the players would have had to prove that the league intentionally concealed knowledge of their injuries to escape the workers' compensation law's exclusive re...Read More
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An Ohio appellate court ruled that a jury was properly instructed that it could find a worker’s back injury to be compensable without finding that the injury had occurred on the specific date he alleged.
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Jopari Solutions, along with representatives from industry organizations, technology vendors, payers and providers, urged the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services this month to establish standards for electronic claims attachments.
Jopari made a presentation to CMS’ Division o...Read More
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A federal judge has dismissed on exclusive remedy grounds the remaining claims in a lawsuit accusing the National Football League of excessively dispensing pain medications, the Washington Post reports.
U.S. District Judge William Alsup dismissed almost all of the claims connected wi...Read More
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The District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled that an administrative law judge may not assess the credibility of a worker’s evidence in determining whether the worker has made a sufficient showing of a potentially compensable injury.