California Employee’s IIED Claim Against Employer for Inadequate COVID-19 Protocols Barred by Exclusivity

By Thomas A. Robinson, J.D., M.Div., co-author, Larson’s Workers’ Compensation Law (18 vols., Matthew Bender) Copyright 2020, Thomas A. Robinson. All rights reserved. Used with permission.   A federal district court in California recently held that a plaintiff’s claims against her former employer, a private operator of correctional facilities, for negligent supervision and intentional infliction […]

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A Salacious Set of Allegations Against a Judge

By Hon. David Langham Deputy Chief Judge Pensacola, FL   This blog occasionally departs from the workers’ compensation specific and focuses upon the law. Other times, it narrows the focus to those we entrust with the law. Recent Examples are The New Miranda Warning and Conferences and Consequences. The long and short of it is simply that judges […]

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IAIABC Virtual Conference and NAWCJ Judicial Program

By Hon. Bruce E. Moore (Kansas) Past President   On Wednesday, September 23, 2020 and Thursday, September 24, 2020, I had the honor and privilege to represent NAWCJ by participating in two sessions of the International Association of Accident Boards and Commissions’ 106th Annual Conference, held virtually through Zoom. In the Judicial Program session on […]

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