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FREE DOWNLOAD: Wenneker v. County of Contra Costa (Calif. WCAB panel) (surveillance; Internet usage)

Linda Wenneker v. County of Contra Costa, PSI, County of Contra Costa Risk Management (Adjusting Agent) Evidence—Admissibility—Surveillance Tapes and Internet Usage—WCAB granted defendant's petition for removal from WCJ's Order...

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FREE DOWNLOAD: Lauderbach v. Cal Trans (Calif. WCAB panel) (DFEC)

Karen Lauderbach v. Cal Trans, SCIF State Employees Rohnert Park Permanent Disability—Rating—Diminished Future Earning Capacity—WCAB affirmed WCJ's finding that applicant/assistant administrator's cumulative trauma to bilateral...

Pro Publica
Business Gears Up to Battle New Obama Workplace Safety Rule

As the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the White House are trying to minimize their differences , a brewing battle at OSHA over a workplace injury reporting rule illustrates how tough that could become given the administration's pro-labor leanings. ...

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LexisNexis Video Discussions and Interviews from LegalTech NY, Feb 1, 2010

Feb 1, 2010 - Mike Walsh, CEO of U.S. Legal Markets at LexisNexis, addresses viewers from the convention floor at LegalTech NY 2010. Feb 1, 2010 - LexisNexis' Mike Mintz interviews USLM CEO Mike Walsh at LegalTech NY 2010. Walsh discusses the business...

Stuart D. Colburn
Texas Division of Workers’ Compensation Quarterly Carrier Meeting 1/28/2010

On January 28, 2010 the TDI- Division of Workers’ Compensation held its first Quarterly Carrier Insurance Meeting for 2010. Matt Zurek presented a summary of DWC ongoing rule making proceedings. Of primary significance is the reminder that the...

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M. Patricia Smith Confirmed by Senate as Solicitor of U.S. Department of Labor

On Thursday, the United States Senate confirmed President Obama’s appointment of M. Patricia Smith as the Solicitor of the Department of Labor, the No. 3 position in the department. The vote was along party lines, with all 60 Democrats voting for...