Tag Archives: Compensation

The Crucial Decisions You’ll Make When Pursuing Workers’ Compensation

You will play an active role throughout the workers comp process, and especially in making the most crucial decisions regarding your case. Though obtaining benefits after a work injury is a somewhat complicated process, your St. Louis workers compensation attorney … Continue reading

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"Eminent Domain Just Compensation Act" – Withdrawing The Quick Take Power From Border Wall Takings – What Is It Good For?

We have mostly avoided the most recent kerfuffle about the southern border wall (or fence, take your pick) for a few reasons. First, the signal-to-noise ratio is pretty bad at the moment, and that usually isn't a good predictor for … Continue reading

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SCOTUS Shortlister Judge Kethledge Has Read The Knick Briefs: "[T]he Takings Clause does not say that private property shall not 'be taken for public use, without just compensation, and without a remedy in state court.'"

It wasn't going to be too hard to figure out what the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit was going to do in Lumbard v. City of Ann Arbor, No. 18-1258 (Jan. 10, 2018). After all, the case … Continue reading

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Traumatic Brain Injuries and Iowa Workers’ Compensation Benefits

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ISS Updates FAQs on US Compensation Policies

ISS released its annual update of frequently asked questions on its US Compensation Policies on December 20, 2018 (preliminary updates had been released in November). The updates are effective for shareholder meetings occurring on or after February 1, 2019. There … Continue reading

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