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What's Hot in Worker's Comp April 1, 2012
What's Hot in Worker's Comp March 1, 2012
What's Hot in Worker's Comp February 24, 2012
The Workers' Compensation Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry is proposing comprehensive reforms to the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act. The proposals made are aimed squarely at the high cost of...
What's Hot in Worker's Comp February 1, 2012
What's Hot in Worker's Comp January 1, 2012
SPECIAL EDITION: Top 10 Developments in 2011 Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware Workers' Compensation
What's Hot in Worker's Comp November 15, 2011
In the recent decision of Watson v. Wal‐Mart, Del. Supr. No. 442, 2010 (US 21‐11), the Supreme Court of Delaware has identified certain additional elements that the employer must prove in order to obtain a successful result before the Board on a...
What's Hot in Worker's Comp November 1, 2011
What's Hot in Worker's Comp October 27, 2011
Starting October 24, 2011, and mandatory as of January 2, 2012, the Bureau of Workers' Compensation has authorized a new Utilization Review Request form (LIBC 601) for use in challenging the reasonableness and necessity of a...
What's Hot in Worker's Comp October 14, 2011
Recently, the Commonwealth Court issued a decision in a psychic injury case that is causing a stir in the workers' compensation community on a national level. In PA Liquor Control Board v. WCAB (Kochanowicz); 760 C.D., 2010;...
What's Hot in Worker's Comp October 1, 2011

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