A finding of a willful OSHA violation is not dispositive of whether the employer committed an intentional wrong entitling the injured worker to maintain a common-law tort action
A willful violation of federal workplace safety rules, absent a showing that an employer was certain the violation could cause injury or death, is not enough to surmount the workers' compensation bar
The state Supreme Court is deciding whether OSHA's citing of an employer for "willful violation" of its regulations is enough to surmount the workers' compensation bar, thus allowing suit by an emplo
A single act which an employer knew to be dangerous to an employee can satisfy the "intentional wrong" exception to the workers' compensation bar
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An amendment to N.J.S.A. 17:28-1.1, reversing the Supreme Court's holding in Pinto and prohibiting the use of step-down clauses in automobile insurance policies, should be applied prospectively
...May 2007 term. For information and applications, contact Joyce Parisi of Parisi & Gerlanc, 190 Moore St., Hackensack, NJ 07601, telephone: (201) 343-9000, fax...
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