Professors: Major flaws in Oklahoma workers’ comp bill, by John F. Burton and Emily A. Spieler (The Oklahoman, May 3, 2013).
Attorney: Work comp opt-out provision a slippery slope for taxpayers, by Bob Burke (The Oklahoman, April 14, 2013).
Legislator: Savings in workers’ comp bill come at expense of injured workers, by State Rep. Richard Morrissette (The Oklahoman, May 4, 2013).
Work Comp Analysis Group on LinkedIn: "Oklahoma Workers' Comp Reform Bill With Opt Passes House" (LinkedIn registration required).
LexisNexis and ALM Publications
Employee Benefits Guide (Publisher: LexisNexis). Provides detailed analysis by experts on ERISA, COBRA and other laws, and fiduciary responsibility under ERISA.
ERISA: Principles of Employee Benefit Law, by Peter J. Wiedenbeck. (Publisher: LexisNexis). Analyzes key cases, features, and the structure and internal relationships of employee benefit law.
Employee Benefits Law: ERISA and Beyond (Publisher: ALM). Takes you step-by-step to help ensure that your plans are properly structured, qualified and implemented.
Mealey’s Litigation Report: ERISA (Publisher: LexisNexis). Follows the litigation surrounding the enforcement of provisions of ERISA.