Claims Expert, Eva LaBonte, Identifies Challenges Associated With America's Aging Workforce at National Workers' Comp Conference in Las Vegas

On November 11, 2010, Eva LaBonte, Risk and Benefits Analyst for Clean Water Services (Hillsboro, Oregon), presented an informative lecture entitled, "Will You Still Need Me When I'm 64? Workers' Comp for an Aging Workforce," at the 19th Annual National Workers' Compensation and...

National Workers' Compensation Conference Features Executive Roundtable Discussion in Las Vegas

In what will undoubtedly become a permanent part of its yearly offerings, the National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference, at its 19th annual event held November 10-12, 2010 in Las Vegas, sponsored a spirited Executive Roundtable discussion. Mark Walls, Assistant Vice President...

Thomas A. Robinson on 2011 Year in Review: Top 10 Issues in Workers’ Compensation Law

In this LexisNexis Emerging Issues Analysis article, Thomas A. Robinson analyzes the top 10 workers’ compensation events for 2011, with an eye to the hot button issues for 2012. > You can purchase the article at the LexisNexis Bookstore . > Lexis.com subscribers can access the complete...

Workplace Violence: Fatal Shooting at Dental Office Was Not Sufficiently Connected to Employment

Good News: Overall Reduction in Violent Crime, “In” and “Out” of the Workplace With the stalled economy, high unemployment (and even higher levels of underemployment), record budget deficits at both the federal and state levels, under-water mortgages, the Greek debt crisis,...

Workplace Violence: Fatal Shooting at Dental Office Was Not Sufficiently Connected to Employment

Good News: Overall Reduction in Violent Crime, “In” and “Out” of the Workplace With the stalled economy, high unemployment (and even higher levels of underemployment), record budget deficits at both the federal and state levels, under-water mortgages, the Greek debt crisis...

Thomas A. Robinson on Top Issues in Workers’ Compensation Law for 2013

Things appear to be “pumping” in the world of workers’ compensation. Legislatures are gathering. Proponents of “reform”—whatever that is—are huddled together, planning their strategies. Pointing to the activities in Oklahoma (discussed below), in Florida, and...

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...