If you deal with workers’ compensation in Ohio, you need to know about the “Miller Criteria.” The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (“BWC”) takes
The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission recently handed down a decision that will expand on an employer’s obligations when considering an
A recent Third Circuit case, Sessoms v. Trs. Of the Univ. Of Pa., 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 16611 (3rd Cir. June 20, 2018), serves as a reminder that
What happens when residential real property must be sold, but the owner of the property can no longer make their own decisions? If there is no one
On September 8, 2015, the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) proposed regulations to implement Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act
In 2015, according to Sensis, 56 of large and 31 of small-to-medium sized Australian businesses had a social media presence of some kind. Of these
A recent Supreme Court of Ontario decision highlights a serious problem which can arise with a poorly drafted employment agreement or an ill-considered severance package.
In an October 4, 2011 decision, the Supreme Court of Ohio addressed the character of an injured workers' retirement as it related to his eligibility for permanent total disability (PTD) compensation.
California is at it again!
As discussed in a recent post on this blog, a number of states have enacted legislation to address the increased violence against healthcare employees