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Top Wage And Hour Law Developments To Watch In 2022 – Law360 Turns to Antwoin Wall

January 6, 2022

Wage and hour laws on topics such as minimum wage and equal pay are expected to affect employers in 2022. In an interview with Law360, Attorney Antwoin Wall explained that after the results of recent employer-friendly court rulings, there’s an... Read More

How Loss of Consortium Claims Are Upending Employer Subrogation – Saerim Luciano Authors Risk Management Magazine Article

December 23, 2021

No employer wants to find themselves in the midst of a workers’ compensation matter, especially when the employee in question was injured through no fault of the employer. In an article for Risk Management Magazine, Senior Counsel & Chair Saerim... Read More

California: Exploring the Limitations on the WCAB’s Authority to Develop, Augment, and Reopen the Record Pursuant to Labor Code Sections 5701 and 5906 – Raymond F. Correio Authors LexisNexis Article

December 16, 2021

Labor Code Sections 5701 and 5906 both deal with development of the record, however, there is an inherent conflict between the Workers' Compensation Judge (WCJ) and the Appeals Board’s authority and duty to develop the record. In an article for... Read More

Mitigating Risks in Hybrid Workplaces – Senior Employment Counsel Corinne Spencer Interviewed on JoyPowered® Podcast

October 14, 2021

The pandemic caused many employers to rethink which of their employees needed to be at the worksite and who can work from remote locations. Now, many of those who worked remotely during the height of the pandemic want to continue... Read More

California Cos. Face Tricky Hurdle In Workers’ Comp. Recovery – Saerim Luciano Authors Law360 Article

September 9, 2021

California is considered a tricky state when it comes to handling claims made by injured employees. That’s because California’s employee-friendly workers’ compensation system allows injured employees access to treatment and remedies without concern on who was at fault. In an... Read More

Risk Management Strategies for the Increasingly Common ‘Hybrid Employee’ – Corinne Spencer and Antwoin Wall Author Daily Journal Article

August 6, 2021

The workplace landscape has changed for many employers due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and as a result, many have adopted a hybrid or full-time work from home model. In their Daily Journal article, “Risk Management Strategies for the Increasingly Common... Read More

Returning To Work 2021: Implementing A Risk Management Strategy With The Employee In Mind – Senior Employment Counsel Corinne Spencer And Attorney Antwoin Wall Author Article For CEO Today

July 1, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted the workplace landscape as many employers have opted to transition to a hybrid or full-time work from home structure, opening the door for new potential work-related injuries. In an article written for CEO Today,... Read More

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