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Court upholds independent contractor status of delivery truck driver

USA - August 25 2015 Earlier this month, the influential Court of Appeals for Franklin County, Ohio (Tenth District) upheld a trial court's ruling dismissing a workers'...

Christopher M. Ward.

New OSHA reporting requirements come with a catch?

USA - March 10 2015 Most employers are aware of the new Federal OSHA reporting requirements for certain injuries effective January 1st. While previously employers were...

Ronald M. McMillan, Raymond M. Tarasuck.

Ohio says no to “dual purpose” doctrine

USA - November 6 2014 The "dual purpose" doctrine arises in the Workers' Compensation arena when an employee is injured while traveling for both a personal and a business...

Linda U. Elliott.

Ebola: lessons for employers

USA - October 24 2014 As we go to press on this article, the 21-day quarantine period for the family of Thomas Eric Duncan, the only known Ebola fatality on United States...

Todd F. Palmer.

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...

Donald E. Lampert.