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A Bankrupt Can't Escape a Judgment for Sexual Assault

Under most circumstances, an order of discharge releases a bankrupt person from all debts. There are, however, exemptions that have been legislated to ensure that a bankrupt party does not escape a debt arising from certain...more

North Carolina Court Bars Injured Employee’s Civil Lawsuit Against Employer, Again…

In North Carolina the redress for an on-the-job injury is strictly limited to the “exclusive remedy” provision of the NC’s Workers’ Compensation Act. Under this Act, jurisdiction is given to the NC Industrial Commission and...more

Despite Willful OSHA Violation, New Jersey Supreme Court Reaffirms Exclusivity Of Workers’ Compensation Benefits, Refuses To Apply...

In Van Dunk v. Reckson Assoc. Realty Corp., 2012 N.J. LEXIS 678 (N.J. June 26, 2012), the New Jersey Supreme Court considered whether an employee’s personal injury suit against his employer following a trench collapse, for...more

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