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Why Is My Workers’ Compensation Case Taking So Long?

Posted on: May 2, 2016

The workers' compensation process can be burdensome and lengthy, leading many injured workers to question why their attorneys are taking such a long time to conclude their case, blaming them for all the delays. Workers' compensation attorneys have the exact same frustrations as their clients. read more →


OSHA and the Shipbuilding Group Team Up for Worker Protection

Posted on: April 25, 2016

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Shipbuilding Research Program, and the Shipbuilders Council of America have teamed up in an effort to reduce and prevent on the job injuries for shipbuilders. read more →


Up to 13,500 Properties Affected by New Los Angeles Earthquake Law – Is Yours?

Posted on: April 22, 2016

Los Angeles city inspectors have released a list of 13,500 buildings that may require retrofitting due to a building design that has historically been prone to collapse during severe earthquakes, including the Loma Prieta and Northridge earthquakes. read more →


Special Needs Students are Most Vulnerable

Posted on: April 19, 2016

A school bus driver in Florida was arrested and charged with eight counts of capital sexual battery and two counts of sexual battery after he allegedly sexually assaulted four special needs children under the age of 12. read more →


US Women’s Soccer Team Claims Gender Discrimination in Wages

Posted on: April 15, 2016

A wage discrimination claim was filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Center (EEOC) by members of the United States Women’s National Soccer Team, pointing to documents that the Men’s National Soccer Team members were paid around 300% more in wages. The complaint wasfiled against the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and uses the USSF’s own […] read more →


New Worker Safety Rules Announced Regarding Silica Dust

Posted on: April 4, 2016

A new rule announced by the United States Department of Labor last month targets silica dust exposure, drastically reducing allowable levels of exposure on construction sites by 80%, a level that Secretary of Labor Tom Perez says is needed for safety. read more →


Employment Agreements – Beware Hidden Clauses

Posted on: March 28, 2016

A lawsuit has been filed by Amazon.com against a former executive after he was hired as the Chief Supply Chain and Logistics Officer for Target, claiming the former employee is in violation of a no compete clause he previously signed as an employee. read more →


Chipotle’s Employee Social Media Policy Not Legal

Posted on: March 18, 2016

An administrative judge ruled on Wednesday, March 16th that the firing of a Pennsylvanian 38-year-old Chipotle worker over critical tweets was illegal and ordered the company to hire him back and pay his lost wages. read more →


A Step in the Right Direction – University of California to Implement Sexual Harassment Review Process

Posted on: March 15, 2016

After repeated accusations of administration mismanagement regarding sexual harassment claims, University of California President Janet Napolitano announced a new review process to address harassment allegations. read more →


$4.24 Million Verdict after Fracking Company Found Negligent in Polluted Water Case

Posted on: March 11, 2016

A 2009 federal lawsuit has finally reached a conclusion, with a federal jury finding Cabot Oil & Gas Corp guilty of poisoning water wells and awarding two families in Dimock, Pennsylvania $4.24 million. read more →


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