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Law Alerts July 1, 2010
The plaintiff worked for the public entity Mercer County Community College for approximately 25 years, each year working on a yearly contract that had to be renewed for her to work the next year. In June 2005, the plaintiff was over 70 years old,..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts July 1, 2010
The claimant sustained a low back injury on May 21, 2008, which was accepted as compensable by the employer. The claimant was paid compensation for total disability and certain medical expenses. Eventually, after failing conservative care, the...
Law Alerts July 1, 2010
In Colwell, the plaintiff brought suit against her former employer, alleging that she was constructively discharged in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") after her store manager failed to allow her to work exclusively during..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts July 1, 2010
In April of 2000, the petitioner, a resident of Staten Island, New York, applied for a full-time position with United Parcel Service ("UPS") as a package delivery driver. The petitioner's interview and requisite physical examination were conducted...
Law Alerts July 1, 2010
On March 6, 2003, the petitioner slipped and fell on the premises of her employer, suffering a tear of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus of her right knee. The petitioner underwent a course of medical treatment and was cleared to return to...
Law Alerts July 1, 2010
An inspector for the Authority encountered one of the cab company's taxicabs while it was dropping off a passenger and noted that the inspection sticker had expired, both front tires were bald, and the right rear door was missing its rubber gasket...., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts July 1, 2010
The Supreme Court was tasked with determining whether a government employer's search of an employee's text messages was reasonable or in violation of the Fourth Amendment. There, the police department issued pagers to members of the department's..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts July 1, 2010
The insured sued the insurer for failing to pay personal injury protection (PIP) benefits after she was injured in a motor vehicle accident. The issue on appeal to the Florida Supreme Court was whether the pre-suit provision of Fla. Stat. § 627.736(..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts July 1, 2010
In this case, the Commonwealth Court reinforced the recent Supreme Court decision in Cinram Manufacturing, Inc. v. WCAB (Hill), 975 A.2d 577 (Pa. 2009), that a workers' compensation judge may expand the scope of the accepted injury without a claim...

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