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Higher Compensation For Workers Under Work Injury Compensation Act
On July 24, 2015 Minister for Manpower, Lim Swee Say, announced proposed changes to the Work Injury Compensation Act ("WICA").
Singapore
28 Oct 2015
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California Supreme Court Gets It Right In Fluor Corp.: Insurers Barred From Refusing Coverage Based On Policyholders' Assignment Of Rights Under Policies After Loss Has Occurred, Thereby Reversing Prior Henkel Decision
Fluor purchased numerous comprehensive general liability policies from mid-1971 to mid-1986 which covered, among other things, "personal injury liability."
United States
26 Aug 2015
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Morrisons Supermarkets Not Vicariously Liable For An Employee’s Attack On Customer
In February 2014, the Court of Appeal determined that Morrisons was not vicariously liable for the acts of an employee who assaulted a customer.
UK
24 Apr 2014
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Accessing Excess Policies In Continuous Trigger Cases
Like many companies who made products containing asbestos, Kaiser Cement and Gypsum Corporation has over the past several decades defended thousands of asbestos bodily injury claims brought by construction workers who allege they were exposed and suffered bodily injury resulting from exposure to Kaiser Cement’s asbestos containing products.
United States
7 May 2013
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Back to the Drawing Board for Asbestos Pre-Packs? The Third Circuit’s Recent Opinion in Combustion Engineering
The Third Circuit’s recent opinion overturning confirmation of a plan of reorganization in the Combustion Engineering ("CE") bankruptcy case has significant consequences for mass tort bankruptcies, and specifically for asbestos "pre-pack" cases.
United States
20 Dec 2004
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From Filartiga To Flores And Beyond: International Litigation Under The Alien Tort Statute
While Jones Day litigators routinely are involved in representing clients in many "international" disputes pending in United States courts, those disputes generally tend to involve matters of private international law, i.e. breaches of contract, intellectual property claims, and other disputes.
United States
10 Nov 2004
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Employers Face More Challenges From The Ohio Supreme Court: Coolidge V. Riverdale Local School Dist.
Employers are all too familiar with the consistent erosion of the employment-at-will doctrine.
United States
 
2 Feb 2004
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