Seyfarth synopsis: Employee sustained an injury in a work-related accident. Based on New York’s Workers’ Compensation Law he was classified as having a nonschedule permanent partial disability. He received an award of $500 per week, and pursuant to a statutory cap could not receive this amount past 350 weeks. EmployeeContinue Reading An Unscheduled Demise: N.Y.’s Highest Court Denies Unscheduled, Unpaid Workers Compensation To Deceased’s Son
Seyfarth Synopsis: In light of recent state-level trends, businesses have begun exploring avenues to assist employees in states with restrictive abortion laws with travel to nearby states to receive abortion services. In implementing these programs, employers should consider the various ERISA and tax code-related provisions that may impact design.
Seyfarth Synopsis: Within hours of his inauguration, President Trump issued an Executive Order labeled “Minimizing the Economic Burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal”. As described in greater detail below, the immediate impact of this executive order is uncertain and affected parties would be …
Continue Reading One Healthcare Impact of President Trump’s Executive Order – Replacement Plans Emerging