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Ohio: Employee Injured When Struck by Co-Employee’s Driverless Vehicle May Not Recover in Tort
Posted on 6 May 2016 by Larson's Spotlight

An Ohio court affirmed a trial court’s summary judgment in favor of a defendant who had been sued by a co-employee who sustained injuries in a bizarre accident that occurred in the employer’s parking lot. The two employees had completed their... Read More

Wisconsin: Attorney’s “Rainmaking and Networking” In Connection With Harley-Davidson Rally Was Not Sufficiently Connected to Employment to Support Claim.
Posted on 30 May 2014 by Larson's Spotlight

A Wisconsin appellate court affirmed a finding by the state’s Labor and Industry Review Commission that had concluded an attorney was not performing services growing out of and incidental to his employment at the time he was involved in a motorcycle... Read More