A recent article in the Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association caught my eye, "Strategies and policies to address the opioid epidemic: A case study… Read more »
Like many of my colleagues here at Prium, and acquaintances outside of Prium who focus on chronic pain day in and day out, I get all… Read more »
My last post looked at some of the ways the current House proposal for Obamacare repeal/replace (dubbed Ryancare) might affect workers’ comp.
I recently had the opportunity to discuss workers' compensation with an attendee at a legislative meeting. The attendee explained to me a perception that workers'… Read more »
These first few of months of 2017 have been, to put it mildly, volatile in national politics.… Read more »
House Speaker Paul Ryan’s plan to gut and amend Obamacare is now on the table. What are the implications for California workers’ comp?
The South Carolina Supreme Court recently ruled that a retail employee was entitled to a permanent and total disability (PTD) award despite being able to… Read more »
Do parties in litigation have a right to speak their piece?
Ohio's Twelfth District Court… Read more »
With respect to the five members of the Illinois Appellate Court, Workers' Compensation Division and the Circuit Court judges who hear workers' comp appeals, I want to confirm… Read more »
At some point the frog figures out the water is getting too hot, but by then the heat has sapped so much of its strength that… Read more »
Mar 26-27, 2017
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Mar 29, 2017
STATE BOARD OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION 2017 REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL SERIES The Honorable Frank R. …
Mar 29-31, 2017
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