Alan is the former chairperson of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Section on Workers’ Compensation Law. Alan has lectured extensively in Massachusetts and nationally on workers’ compensation issues for Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, National Business Institute, Professional Education Systems, Inc., Risk Management Society, Harvard School of Public Health and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, among others. He has also served on a multitude of committees at the Department of Industrial Accidents , most recently on its rules committee. Alan currently serves as chair elect of the American Bar Association workers compensation section and will be the national chairperson in 2010.
Host Judson Pierce interviews co-host Alan Pierce on the ins and outs of the “going and coming” rule and the “level floor” doctrine.
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Alan S. Pierce, from Pierce, Pierce & Napolitano, talks about possible litigation stemming from the pandemic and what employment safety standards should be in place.
Alan S. Pierce discusses a measure signed into law this year nullifying the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule regarding an employer's obligation to keep accurate injury and illness records.
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When an individual is injured in the workplace, there is not only a long-term physical impact, but a financial one. Workers’ compensation is paid on a periodic basis in weekly payments, so a structure is simply another way of delivering benefits. Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen joins colleague, Peter Early and special guest, Alan S....
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