At a recent CLE addressing North Carolina Workers’ Compensation law put on by the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, Narendra Ghosh gave a presentation based on his paper “Proving Disability in Workers’ Compensation Cases.” Narendra’s presentation focused on how to establish causation in disability cases in light of the North Carolina Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Medlin v.
On October 24th, at the 30th Annual North Carolina/South Carolina Labor and Employment Law CLE held in Asheville, NC, Jon Harkavy presented his 2013-2014 annual review of the Supreme Court’s employment law cases. His paper is entitled “2014 Supreme Court Employment Law Commentary.” (Please download his article here.) Introduction: The October 2013 Term of the Supreme Court
Hank Patterson and Narendra Ghosh will present a paper they co-wrote at the upcoming 18th Annual Workplace Torts & Workers’ Comp CLE, which is put on by the NCAJ and will be held at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill on Friday December 2, 2011. Their paper is entitled “Future Medical Treatment: Substance and Procedure
On October 21st, at the 27th Annual North Carolina/South Carolina Labor and Employment Law CLE held in Charleston, South Carolina, Jonathan Harkavy presented his 2010-11 annual review of the Supreme Court’s employment law cases. His paper is entitled “Supreme Court of the United States Employment Law Commentary, 2010 Term.” (Please download his article from here.) Introduction: The 2010 Term of the
At a recent CLE addressing changes to North Carolina Workers’ Compensation law put on by the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, Hank Patterson presented his paper entitled “Changes to G.S. §97-29: Limitations on Total Disability Benefits – Cap and Credit”. In the paper Hank summarizes and discusses the amendments to N.C. G.S. §97-29 in House Bill 709,
Burton Craige addressed another bill passed in the North Carolina General Assembly this session with his paper entitled “SB 33: The Brave New World of Malpractice Litigation” where he summarizes Senate Bill 33, shows its evolution and addresses some of the possible constitutional challenges that it may face. He spoke about his paper at a
Burton Craige authored a paper this month titled “Billed v. Paid: Present, Past, Future”. Burton presented his paper this month at the North Carolina Advocates for Justice CLE, “Bill v. Paid: Counting the True Cost.” His paper discusses the way the “Billed v. Paid” issue is handled in other states and how North Carolina’s law
The Fourth Circuit recently issued an excellent decision in Okoli v. City of Baltimore. This case presents claims under Title VII action for sexual harassment and retaliation (termination) for reporting the harassment. Amazingly, the trial court dismissed the case. The Fourth Circuit reversed, concluding that the plaintiff’s allegations that her boss forcibly kissed her, fondled