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Maritime lawyer Amie Peters updates host Judson Pierce on the state of federal advocacy for the essential workers risking their lives.
An administrative assistant’s injury at a Canadian consulate in Boston raises key questions about when foreign governments have to comply with U.S. employment laws.
George Flores shares insights from his article “Lewis and Bourgoin: The Growing Divide Over Reimbursement for Medical Marijuana in the Workers’ Compensation System.”
Bill Minick explains the QCARE designation for Texas employers who have opted out of traditional workers’ comp programs.
Roger Finderson explains the nuances of employee-employer relationships in the gig economy
Andrew Reinhardt and Joanne Marcus discuss the benefits of pooled special needs trusts for injured workers with disabilities.
Larry Cohen and Alan Pierce take a look at the history of workers’ comp and discuss technology’s impact on the workplace.
Deborah Minnis discusses considerations for Title VII and other antidiscrimination statutes in the law firm setting.
The Florida Bar Podcast
Peter Rousmaniere shares insights from his career as a workers’ comp consultant and journalist.
Lauren Rikleen talks about workplace structures accused of misconduct, why it's critical to discuss the matter of sexual harassment, and what is next for the #MeToo movement.
ABA Journal: Modern Law Library