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United States: Employee Assigned by Personnel Agency May Not Sue “Borrowing” Firm in Negligence
Posted on 24 Aug 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

Construing California law, a federal district court granted summary judgment to a defendant company that had been sued by a worker who sustained injuries when one of the company’s employees “bumped” his forklift blade into the plaintiff... Read More

Wisconsin: Borrowing Employer May Be Sued in Tort by Injured "Employee"
Posted on 9 Feb 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

Holding that a borrowing employer is not always the “employer” of a worker assigned to it by a temporary help agency, at least for purposes of the exclusive remedy provisions of the state’s Workers’ Compensation Act, a Wisconsin... Read More