Monthly Archives: July 2016

Ohio High Court Says Injury is Not Required to Support Retaliatory Discharge Claim

In a split decision, the Supreme Court of Ohio held that compensability of the alleged underlying injury is not a required element in a retaliatory discharge action under Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 4123.90. Accordingly, a former employee presented a … Continue reading

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New Mexico High Court Strikes Down Farm and Ranch Laborer Exclusion

Decision Continues Long National Trend to Treat Farm Workers on Par With Other Employees A provision of the New Mexico Workers’ Compensation Act (Act) [N.M. Stat. Ann. § 52–1–6(A) (2015)] that excludes farm and ranch laborers from its protections, although … Continue reading

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