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In many states, workers’ compensation benefits are ordinarily the exclusive remedy for an employee injured or killed on the job. In exchange for these benefits, often awarded on a “no fault” basis, the employee generally...more
Circuit Judge Jorge E. Cueto of the 11th Judicial Circuit in and for Miami-Dade County, Florida has found that Section 440.11 of Florida's Workers' Compensation Act (the "Act"), which makes the Act the "exclusive" remedy...more
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently issued a ground-breaking decision that could potentially expose employers to a wave of new lawsuits by former employees suffering from mesothelioma. In its November 22, 2013 opinion in...more
NFL Doctor’s Role in Concussion Lawsuit May Prompt More to Join Litigation
by Anthony Caruso on August 21, 2013
NFL doctor, Elliot Pellman, has served players for several years and made critical decisions about whether...more
In This Issue:
- NLRB Rulings in Limbo as High Court Reviews Recess Appointments
- New Labor Board Members Likely to Help Employers with Disputes
- NLRB Says Social Media Restrictions Could Violate Labor Law
In This Issue:
- ALERT: USCIS INTRODUCES NEW FORM I-9
- OFCCP Moving to Broader Investigations into Pay Bias
- High Court to Consider U.S. Steel Workers' Compensation Case
- NLRB Rulings Questioned After Board...more
The South Carolina Supreme Court has issued two significant workers’ compensation opinions in the past week and a half.
Fee Schedule Upheld
In the first case, the Court reversed the determination of a circuit court that...more
Brief I filed supporting Motion for Summary Judgment (with names changed and certain confidential information removed)...more
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