FLASH: OGILVIE ARGUMENTS SET
The suspense over the Ogilvie case continues to mount.
The California Court of Appeals 1st District has now set a date for oral argument, to be held on April 13, 2011 at 9 am in San Francisco.
The 1st Appellate District granted the writs filed in the case but then there was no
DONATED FOR RESEARCH
In a sad coda to the end of this year's football season, there was word last week of the Miami area suicide of Dave Duerson, a four time Pro-Bowl player and holder of Super Bowl rings with the New York Giants and Chicago Bears.
Press reports claim that Duerson's family has donat
You thought that after the Packers won the Superbowl that you'd only be thinking of Wisconsin when you pass the supermarket cheese cooler.
You were so wrong. Little did you know that a battle that could shape the future of the labor movement (and American politi
COMP'S GOT TALENT 2.0
The comp world is a talented place.
That dour looking attorney down the hall may be an accomplished poet or an Elvis-impersonator in his spare time. Who knew?
In workerscompzone's ongoing mission to shed light on the dark recesses of the comp system's talent pool, tod
There was word this week that DWC Acting Administrator Carrie Nevans passed away last weekend.
Nevans guided the California Division of Workers' Compensation through some turbulent years. The 2003 and 2004 legislative reforms mandated extensive regulatory changes.
THE CONCUSSION CRISIS
As I write this at Super Bowl halftime, the cheeseheads are ascendant.
Like many of you, I'm glued to our yearly ritual.
After today's game, the players union and the owners still face a standoff over the future of the game. Will players be forced into concessions? Mo
Who doesn't love a good food fight?
Every kid remembers the fantasy of smothering Uncle Elmer's face in a
banana cream pie. I'll never forget the battle of the sloppy joes when there was a power failure at the dining hall my freshman college year.
And who c
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