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Article: Southern District Decision Confirms Breadth of Bankruptcy Court Jurisdiction

The Southern District of New York in the recent Ames decision engaged in a detailed analysis of the contours of bankruptcy-court jurisdiction and found it broadly included a wide array of state law claims (notwithstanding the...more

Going In-Depth with the Laws Governing Injured Oil Spill Workers Claims

A detailed analysis of when each set of laws might apply to an injured workers involved in the Transocean’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill clean up....more

From Out of the Blue Comes a Proposed Exemption for Air Ambulance Companies to Avoid California Workers' Compensation Official...

by Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on

This week, the Administrative Director of the Division of Workers? Compensation of the California Department of Industrial Relations (“DWC”) proposed a regulation, California Code of Regulations, title 8, Section 9789.70(c),...more

Federal Court Dismisses Claim by Air Ambulance Company Seeking to Avoid California Workers' Compensation Official Medical Fee...

by Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on

Earlier this year, California Shock Trauma Air Rescue (“CALSTAR”), an air ambulance company rendering services primarily in California, filed an action in federal court in Sacramento against more than 75 workers’ compensation...more

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