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California: Baker Redux

The California Supreme Court has spoken again about COLAs. Call it Baker Redux. In response to a Petition for Rehearing filed by San Jose attorney Arthur Johnson, the California Supreme Court issued a modified opinion that can be found here: Baker v. W.C.A.B. Johnson's Petition for Rehearing...

California: Baker Redux

The California Supreme Court has spoken again about COLAs. Call it Baker Redux. In response to a Petition for Rehearing filed by San Jose attorney Arthur Johnson, the California Supreme Court issued a modified opinion that can be found here: Baker v. W.C.A.B. Johnson's Petition for Rehearing...

Herlick Handbook 31st Edition: Educating the California Workers’ Comp Community Since 1964

LexisNexis Announces New Editors-in-Chief: Richard Jacobsmeyer, Julius Young, Barry Bloom This 31st edition marks a transition in the history of Herlick, California Workers’ Compensation Handbook . Longtime author Stanford D. Herlick passed away in 2010, and the handbook is now co-edited by a...

California: By the Numbers

What was the impact of the adoption of an AMA-based permanent disability rating schedule in California? That was the question addressed in a significant new study by Frank Neuhauser, Executive Director of the UC Berkeley based Center for the Study of Social Insurance. My last post briefly covered...

Workers Comp and the Affordable Healthcare Act

Assuming that Obamacare isn't grievously wounded by Congressional de-funding and that a Romney win in the election doesn't result in repeal of the law, what effect will it have on workers' comp? I've already received several client e-mails asking whether the Affordable Healthcare Act...

Workers Comp and the Affordable Healthcare Act

Assuming that Obamacare isn't grievously wounded by Congressional de-funding and that a Romney win in the election doesn't result in repeal of the law, what effect will it have on workers' comp? I've already received several client e-mails asking whether the Affordable Healthcare Act...

California: Paradigm Shift?

The workers' comp community is abuzz with rumors about the impending comprehensive comp reform bill. I've not yet seen the bill (which could still be revised before it is introduced in print in the next week or so). But based on the summary in Workcompcentral.com that ran yesterday, if...

California: Paradigm Shift?

The workers' comp community is abuzz with rumors about the impending comprehensive comp reform bill. I've not yet seen the bill (which could still be revised before it is introduced in print in the next week or so). But based on the summary in Workcompcentral.com that ran yesterday, if the...