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Arizona: “Teachers for Africa” Participant Was Volunteer, Not Employee of Charity
Posted on 30 Aug 2013 by Larson's Spotlight

An Arizona appellate court recently affirmed a finding by the state Industrial Commission that a claimant who worked for the International Foundation for Education and Self-Help ("IFESH") in its “Teachers for Africa” program was... Read More

Arizona: City Auditor’s Injuries in Auto Accident Barred by Going and Coming Rule
Posted on 31 Jul 2015 by Larson's Spotlight

A city auditor, who was involved in an automobile accident as she traveled home at the end of the day after completing a business errand did not sustain injuries arising out of and in the course of her employment, held an Arizona appellate court. The... Read More

Arizona: Ballet Dancer Is Not “Seasonal” Worker for Purposes of Computing Average Monthly Wage
Posted on 2 Oct 2015 by Larson's Spotlight

An Arizona appellate court held that the Industrial Commission erred when it found a professional ballet dancer’s work was “seasonal” because the employer’s ballet “season” was usually 32 weeks each year. Because of... Read More