The LWC released a statement yesterday responding to a recent district court decision declaring the 2011 Medical Treatment Guidelines unconstitutional.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected efforts by BP and Anadarko Petroleum Corp. to avoid penalties under federal pollution law in connection with Deepwater Horizon.
CNA found that construction and manufacturing workers are at increased risk for opioid abuse.
Pauline Williams has accepted a new post as Deputy Director of the OWCA.
Two new studies have found that the rate of prescription opioid overdose in the United States is on the decline, but heroin use and abuse is surging in its place.
Editorial: Uber and the California Labor Commission ruling reveal need for a third worker classification.
This month’s featured executive is Julie Cherry, Secretary-Treasurer of the Louisiana AFL-CIO and WCAC labor representative, among many other roles. Read on for her take on workers’ comp, the moral imperative in a balanced system, and how we can encourage young women to pursue their interests – no matter where they lie.
The surviving spouses of first responders killed on the job in Texas will soon be entitled to lifetime death benefits, even if they remarry.
A proposed rule that would allow generic drug companies to quickly update safety labeling without FDA approval is under consideration by the agency and stakeholders.
A new meta-analysis found that medical marijuana had only limited benefits for spasticity and chemo side effects.