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Honoring Visionary Scholar Arthur Larson - The Creator of the “Perfect Framework” for Understanding Workers’ Compensation Law

Arthur Larson once said his treatises on workers’ compensation law were “human rights documents”. Larson’s Workers’ Compensation Law (LexisNexis, 12 vols.) and Larson’s Workers’ Compensation, Desk Edition (LexisNexis, 3 vols.), which have guided workers’...

Many Work-related Disabilities Go Uncompensated: Compromising "The Great Compromise"

By John Stahl, Esq. Evidence that many workers’ compensation claimants have not received payments under “The Great Compromise” – the bargain that traded the right to sue employers regarding employment-related harm for the right to timely and appropriate benefits – has...

A Call For Workers' Compensation Reform - Compromising The Great Compromise: Many Work-Related Disabilities Are Uncompensated

By John Stahl, Esq. Evidence that many workers’ compensation claimants have not received payments under “The Great Compromise” – the bargain that traded the right to sue employers regarding employment-related harm for the right to timely and appropriate benefits – has...

Workers’ Comp, Texas Style: A Highly Regulated System in a Pro-Business State

By Stuart D. Colburn and Albert Betts, Jr. Cotton, cattle and oil were the primary economic engines when Texas first adopted workers’ compensation. In the 100+ years since, the economy and workers’ compensation laws have changed dramatically. The shift from an agricultural to a manufacturing...

Arthur Larson and the Rule of Law

Arthur Larson’s passion for world peace through law and human rights By Robin E. Kobayashi, J.D., LexisNexis Legal and Professional Operations The rule of law is a theme that unifies LexisNexis across the globe and is one that is passionately supported by the company’s people. LexisNexis...