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Florida Talent Payroll Services Firm is “Similar Agent” Under “Employer” Statute

While Not an “Employee Leasing Company,” It Qualified as “Employer” A Florida appellate court held that a talent payroll services firm, while not an “employee leasing company,” was nevertheless an “employer” under Florida law, since it was a “similar agent” … Continue reading

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New York: Comp Carrier Entitled to Take Credit Against Future Benefits for Rape Victim’s Settlement Against Employer and Co-Employees

A workers’ compensation carrier, who paid benefits to an aide at a juvenile detention center who was physically assaulted, raped, and kidnapped is entitled to take a dollar-for-dollar credit against future benefits owed where the aide settled a federal civil … Continue reading

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