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Cuyahoga County Court of Appeals rebukes Bureau of Workers’ Compensation in group rating decision

USA - May 20 2014 In a long-awaited and unanimous decision, the Eighth District Court of Appeals largely affirmed the Cuyahoga Common Pleas Court determination that...

Maura L. Hughes.

Federal Court finds no racketeers in the Michigan workers’ disability compensation system

USA - January 6 2014 In the spring of 2012, shockwaves went through the national workers' compensation community when a Panel of the United States Sixth Circuit Court of...

William L. S. Ross.

New year’s news: court rules that Ohio BWC illegally overcharged non-group rated employers

USA - January 4 2013 More than a quarter of a million Ohio employers that were not part of a workers' compensation group rating plan ("non-group employers") for any policy...

William L. S. Ross.

“Other shoe drops” on intentional tort plaintiffs

USA - December 12 2012 As previously reported on November 21, 2012, the Ohio Supreme Court has narrowly construed the "presumption of a deliberate intent to injury" in workplace injury torts....

Christopher M. Ward, William L. S. Ross, Deneen LaMonica.

Ohio Supreme Court clarifies scope of “deliberate removal of an equipment safety guard” presumption for employer intentional torts

USA - November 21 2012 In an early holiday present for Ohio employers, the Ohio Supreme Court significantly limited the scope of the “deliberate removal of an equipment safety guard” presumption constituting a “deliberate intent” by an employer to injure its employee as required to prove an intentional tort...

Christopher M. Ward, William L. S. Ross, Deneen LaMonica.