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Holden: Assault Considered Work-Related Despite Extended Period Between Reason and Act 08/13/2018
Source: Joshua Holden
State: AL | Segment: Top | 240 | 0
On July 13, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released its opinion in Lawler & Cole CPAs LLC and Alabama Retail Association dba Alabama Retail Comp v. Donald Cole, which w...Read More

George and Walls: Bridging Health and Productivity at Work 08/10/2018
Source: Kimberly George and Mark Walls
State: NA | Segment: Top | 379 | 0
The well-being of our workforce is vitally important because it affects both the top- and bottom-line performance of an organization. ...Read More

Young: State's Top 10 WC Developments, First Half 2018 07/31/2018
By: Julius Young
State: CA | Segment: Top | 748 | 0
Around each midyear I look back at what were the top events and trends in California workers’ compensation during the first half. ...Read More

Langham: An All-Too-Common Problem, and a Novel Solution 08/09/2018
Source: David Langham
State: IA | Segment: Top | 225 | 0
In May 2018, WorkCompCentral reported that the Iowa Commission to Fine Parties to Last-Minute Work Comp Settlements. The story emanated from a publication and order&nbs...Read More

Kline: If Human Resources Is for Humans, Litigation Is for Lawyers 08/08/2018
Source: Gerald Kline
State: CA | Segment: Top | 886 | 0
Humans are arguably the most valuable and important resource engaged in the furtherance of a company’s goals and success. Nothing gets done without a human involved at some point in the process. Until we are replaced by artificial intelligence and robots, without humans, business does ...Read More

Grinberg: No Jurisdiction to Hear Constitutional Challenges to Section 4700 08/07/2018
Source: Gregory Grinberg
State: CA | Segment: Top | 209 | 0
I bring to your attention the matter of Wilson (deceased) v. Securitas Security Services USA, a writ-denied decision. ...Read More

Niemeyer and Wilson: When Adjusters Are Subpoenaed to Testify 08/06/2018
Source: Kelly Niemeyer and Dave Wilson
State: OR | Segment: Top | 291 | 0
You are a happy claims adjuster who has been diligently working on your claims: processing payments, making compensability decisions, authorizing appropriate treatment and engaging in the numerous other activities that make up your busy week. ...Read More

Moore: Large-Deductible Policies: Are They a Bargain? 08/03/2018
Source: James Moore
State: NA | Segment: Top | 228 | 0
Are workers' compensation large-deductible policies worth a look for cutting costs? One great way to start is by going over the definition of these hybrid-types of policies.   ...Read More

Wagner: Combatting the Infiltration of Chiropractic PQMEs 08/02/2018
By: Kimberly R. Wagner
State: CA | Segment: Top | 459 | 1
One of the farthest reaching and most litigated effects of SB 899 is the alteration of the panel qualified medical evaluator process. ...Read More

Torrey: Gig Workforce: An International View, a Pennsylvania View 07/30/2018
Source: David B. Torrey
State: PA | Segment: Top | 202 | 0
Oxford University's Jeremias Prassl has published what seems to be the first book by a law professor analyzing the gig economy and its relationship to international precepts of modern employment law.  ...Read More
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