Monthly Archives: June 2010

‘Local workers’ favored in BP cleanup, but advocates say maze may await those who get sick or injured

According to a June 20 article in The New York Times, “Hundreds of workers hired by BP subcontractors to help with the cleanup of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico are complaining that they traveled long distances to … Continue reading

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Schwarzenegger smacked down again; 9/11 workers get improved settlement; Oklahoma reform passes

Schwarzenegger furloughs headed to Supreme Court As a follow-up to our March 22 post, “California furloughs of workers comp attorneys ruled ‘illegal’, “ we see a June 13 piece in the San Francisco Chronicle reporting that yet another court has … Continue reading

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