Course of Employment
- Injuries in the course of employment - High Court clarifies issues.
The Impact of Employment and Extracurricular Involvement On Undergraduates' Performance in a Business Statistics Course
Using data covering every semester and summer from Fall 2007 through Spring 2011 collected at a comprehensive regional public university in an applied business statistics course we examine the impact of academic course load, employment and other time commitments on students' eventual grades in the course. We find that employment has a weak but positive effect on performance in the course, while...
- High Court says injury during sex on a work trip not 'in the course of employment'.
- Is driving home from a Christmas work party intoxicated in the course of employment?
- Serious and wilful misconduct: ensure that it is not in the course of employment.
- Course of Employment
- Injuries 'In the course of your employment'.
- Driving Home From A Work Function Under The Influence Of Alcohol: In The Course Of Employment?
Leblanc Bland P.L.L.C. Announces Fifth Circuit Decision to Define Course and Scope of Jones Act Employment
Jones Act Employers Will Not Be Held Responsible for Acts of Its Employees Which Are Not in Furtherance of the Employer's Business Interests Gambel Communications
- NJ: suicide not in course of employment: co-employee RN & others not proper parties.
- CA: male nurse sexually assaults male patient: was act performed 'in course of employment?'.
Appellate Division, 3rd Department Case Summaries: January 11, 2011
Workers' Compensation Course of Employment -- Fixed Work Sites
- 5 CFR 315.604 - Employment of disabled veterans who have completed a training course under Chapter 31 of title 38, United States Code.
Course Makes Culinary Employment 'a Piece of Cake'
So far we have had 86 people complete the course," said [John McGinty], "And of those at least 70 are now employed where they once were not. We're to the point now and have a reputation where people who have hired graduates from the past will call me and want to know when the next class is graduating because they want my students as employees. "I think they realize as a group, they ...
Ward v. Graue, (Ohio 2013)
Motion for summary judgment; de novo; statute of limitations; tolling statute; savings statute; unconstitutional; commerce clause; impermissible burden; out-of-state resident; interstate commerce; in the course of employment; in search of employment.
Follow Colorado On Ganja
THE SKY hasn't fallen in either Colorado, Washington State or anywhere over the United States. And it won't in Jamaica. Of course, the employment of 'sin' taxes to the public good, as is the case in many other countries, is not unusual to Jamaica. For instance, the tobacco industry provides about a quarter of the financing of the National Health Fund, which subsidises the cost of medicines for...
Measure Twice, Hire Once
Industrial-organizational psychologists - i.e., individuals who go through rigorous training in the development, validation and legally defensible use of pre-employment tests - use scientific methods to ensure the job relatedness of pre-employment tests, and it is highly recommended that any organization seeking to implement pre-employment testing works closely with such an individual throughout...
Gilbert v. Cleveland, (Ohio 2013)
Government immunity; R.C. Chapter 2744; government employee immunity; wanton; reckless. Denial of summary judgment affirmed. Although police officer was acting within course and scope of employment at time of auto accident, there were genuine issues of material fact as to whether he was acting in a wanton or reckless manner.
8 CFR 214.2 - Special requirements for admission, extension, and maintenance of status.
...(2) Definition of A-1 or A-2 dependent. For purposes of employment in the United States, the term dependent of an A-1 or A-2 principal alien, as used in ? 214.2(a), ...(6) [Reserved]. (7) Enrollment in a course of study prohibited. An alien who is admitted as, or changes status to, a B-1 or B-2 nonimmigrant ...
Employment regulations are needed to allow efficient contracting between employers and workers and to protect workers from discriminatory or unfair treatment by employers. In its indicators on , Doing Business measures flexibility in the regulation of hiring, working hours and dismissal in a manner consistent with the conventions of the International Labour Organization (ILO). An economy can have ...
Maryland Court of Special Appeals: Brokerage Knew Loan Officer Had Forged Signatures Before
An Annapolis-based mortgage broker owes the victim of a foreclosure-rescue scheme $300,000, including $150,000 in punitive damages and $80,000 in attorney's fees, an appellate court has held. The Court of Special Appeals rejected Fidelity First Home Mortgage Co.'s argument that it should not be liable for what it called the unauthorized actions of a loan officer and his accomplice, whose criminal ...
Idaho Supreme Court Says Legal Malpractice Claim Could Be Assigned
State law permits the assignment of a legal malpractice claim in connection with the transfer of a former client's assets and liabilities, the Idaho Supreme Court has ruled in answering a certified question from a U.S. District Court. The lawyer in the case defended a hospital in a wrongful discharge case. During the course of the employment action, the hospital became dissatisfied with the...
Colorado Supreme Court Rules Attorney Can't Keep Passport to Guarantee Fee Payment
An attorney could not retain a person's passport in order to ensure that he was paid the remainder of his fee, the Colorado Supreme Court has ruled. A state rule of professional conduct allows a lawyer to retain "papers" relating to a former client "to the extent permitted by other law." In this regard, a state statute expressly permits a lawyer to assert a lien "for a...
40 CFR 261.151 - Wording of the instruments.
...(1) An employee of [insert owner or operator] arising from, and in the course of, employment by [insert owner or operator]; or. (2) The spouse, child, parent, brother, or sister ...
- 10 CFR 852.8 - How does a Physician Panel determine whether an illness or death arose out of and in the course of employment by a DOE contractor and exposure to a toxic substance at a DOE facility?