Sep 18, 2019
The Way takes a look at California's measure to reclassify employees in the gig economy, their expansion of peace officer work comp benefits, additional CCPA amendments. Also on the docket? NH veto of return to work bill, OSHA's top 10 violations, and changes to the Consumer Products Safety Commission.
Sep 11, 2019
This edition of The Way remembers first responders and recent bills focusing on mental health & who is now classified as a first responder. We're also reporting on vaping, the states suing to block the new SEC-broker rules, TRIA, and Illinois work comp.
Sep 4, 2019
This week's edition of The Way looks at work comp issues from California to Texas, Hurricane Dorian, an update on Brexit, an NHTSA test to replace mirrors in cars with cameras, and California wildfire claims adjusting rules.
Aug 21, 2019
This week's edition of The Way reviews new construction legislation that's being enacted or up for comment this week, looks at Hours of Service rules in trucking, plus looks at air quality and workers' compensation in California and union formation rulemaking across industries.
Aug 14, 2019
This week The Way is looking at automation in transportation - specifically autonomous vehicles. We're also reporting on new New York laws making intentional car crashes a felony & allowing schools to put cameras on school buses, and the latest on the EEOC, WI & Give Kids the World Village.
Aug 7, 2019
This week's edition of The Way looks at transportation through multiple legislative lenses from climate change to public sector, workplace safety for hospitality workers, and updates around the country - including medical malpractice in Utah to medical marijuana in Colorado.
Jul 31, 2019
This week The Way looks at the latest cyber bills & laws - esp. New York, the DOL guidance for trucking compensation, and Chicago's new scheduling ordinance that will affect a wide variety of industries. Also looking at the CLAIM Act, Ohio public entity, and Florida RIMS.
Jul 24, 2019
This week's edition of The Way celebrates National Intern Day by having our own interns contribute to this edition. The topics they chose to tackle? Higher education, cryptocurrency, OSHA & heat exposure, medical malpractice, and other work comp issues. Great work!
Jul 17, 2019
This week, The Way is looking at historic marijuana hearings in the House & Senate, along with the Oklahoma opioid trial, the CT workers' comp commission memo on utilization review, introduction of the PAID Act to fix MSP issues, & remembering Justice John Paul Stevens.
Jul 10, 2019
This edition of The Way provides a review of labor rulings and regulatory developments at the Department of Labor, including the expansion of apprenticeships. Plus - work comp updates in New Jersey, Colorado, and Wisconsin.
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