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No Widespread Implications Yet in Alabama Workers Comp Law Ruling

May 17, 2017 Media Mentions

An article published to BusinessInsurance.com on May 17, 2017 quoted a blog post authored by Verrill Dana Labor & Employment attorney Beth Smith. The article, "No Widespread Implications Yet in Alabama Workers Comp Law Ruling," discusses an Alabama court ruling that the state's Workers Compensation Act is unconstitutional. The ruling is significant because it follows a trend of recent decisions examining the constitutionality of state workers compensation laws.

Read "No Widespread Implications Yet in Alabama Workers Comp Law Ruling" on BusinessInsurance.com.

Read "Straight to the Heart of Dixie: Alabama Workers' Compensation Act Ruled Unconstitutional," authored by Beth Smith on HRLawUpdate.com.

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