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EIA: Workers Compensation  Category

   
2013 State-by-State Survey of Workers' Compensation Legislative Changes With Commentary: Part I. Alabama through Mississippi (PDF)

2013 State-by-State Survey of Workers' Compensation Legislative Changes With Commentary: Part I. Alabama through Mississippi (PDF)

Surveys 2013 workers' compensation-related legislation and includes commentary from 44 leading attorneys. This is the first of a two-part article covering 50 states & D.C. Part I covers the states Alabama through Mississippi.

$61.00
2013 State-by-State Survey of Workers' Compensation Legislative Changes With Commentary: Part II. Missouri through Wyoming (PDF)

2013 State-by-State Survey of Workers' Compensation Legislative Changes With Commentary: Part II. Missouri through Wyoming (PDF)

Surveys 2013 workers' compensation-related legislation and includes commentary from 44 leading attorneys. This is the second of a two-part article covering 50 states & D.C. Part II covers the states Missouri through Wyoming.

$61.00
Jennifer C. Jordan on Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance February 2014 Update (PDF)

Jennifer C. Jordan on Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance February 2014 Update (PDF)

Provides a February 2014 update for Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance, featuring recent changes and developments in this ever-changing field.

$61.00
Karen C. Yotis on Salas v. Sierra Chemical Co.: Undocumented Workers and the Clash Between Federal Immigration Policy and State Discrimination Laws (PDF)

Karen C. Yotis on Salas v. Sierra Chemical Co.: Undocumented Workers and the Clash Between Federal Immigration Policy and State Discrimination Laws (PDF)

Examines the California Supreme Court's decision in Salas v. Sierra Chemical, which held that the Immigration Reform and Control Act does not generally preempt either the Calif. Fair Employment and Housing Act or Calif. Senate Bill No. 1818.

$61.00
Karen C. Yotis on Temporary Workers and Their Unique Risks: Shining a Risk Manager's Analytical Light on an Evolving Shadow Industry (PDF)

Karen C. Yotis on Temporary Workers and Their Unique Risks: Shining a Risk Manager's Analytical Light on an Evolving Shadow Industry (PDF)

Examines the mix of legal, economic, and social concerns that surround the temporary worker, and how the temporary workforce is making a permanent impact on how businesses manage their workers' compensation risk.

$61.00