Workers' Compensation

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United States: Companies Found to be Related, But Not Necessarily Alter Egos
Posted on 6 Jul 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

Construing New Hampshire law, a federal district court refused to grant summary judgment to a trucking company and one of its drivers in a wrongful death action filed against them by the estate of a logging worker who was killed while helping the driver... Read More

Oklahoma: Employer’s Shareholder Not Always Shielded by Exclusive Remedy Doctrine
Posted on 16 Mar 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

In a split decision, the Supreme Court of Oklahoma, answering a certified question for the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, held the state’s Administrative Workers’ Compensation Act fully abrogated the so-called “dual-capacity”... Read More

New York: Injured Horse Farm Employee May Not Sue Employer’s Alter Ego Entity in Tort for Injuries
Posted on 11 May 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

Where a defendant formed two single-member-owned LLCs on the same day for the purpose of operating a horse stable business, with one entity owning the real property and leasing it to the second entity, which employed the plaintiff, the real estate owner... Read More