On December 21, 2022, Gov. Hochul signed Bill A10477/S9427A into law, which goes into effect on September 18, 2023, that will make New York the fourth US state to require salary ranges with job postings.
On Dec. 9, Gov. Kathy Hochul signed bill (A1236/S4844B) into law, which goes into effect June 7, 2023.
On December 16, 2022, Gov. Hochul signed Bill A7595/S6805 into law, which goes into effect immediately.
Two attorneys resident in Goldberg Segalla’s Baltimore office have been recognized among the “Rising Stars” in the 2023 Maryland edition of Super Lawyers. Thomson Reuters publishes the annual compendium of outstanding lawyers who meet stringent requirements for professional achievement and who have attained a high degree of peer recognition.
Eve dedicates her practice to representing clients in complex workers’ compensation claims. She counsels and defends insurers, employers, and third-party administrators in all stages of litigation from inception to appeal, and draws on several years of experience practicing workers’ compensation defense throughout New Jersey. She also has experience in personal injury law.
The battle regarding how much Workers’ Compensation coverage Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) provide to underlying employers rages on at the Workers’ Compensation Board level.
Governor Kathy Hochul was elected to a full term less than two weeks ago, and she continues to advance legislation that affects New York businesses.
As a part of our Quarterly Practice Group Update, we are pleased to produce our fifth installment highlighting examples of our continued success in the area of fraud litigation. This publication began as a one-time update; however, due to the consistent success of our dedicated attorneys we are pleased to be able to continue to relay our successes.
The Kansas Workers Compensation Appeals Board reversed an administrative law judge ruling against an insurance services company, agreeing with Goldberg Segalla partner James R. Hess the employer did not receive sufficient notice of the claimant’s alleged injury.
A professional hockey player’s attempt to collect Workers’ Compensation benefits for injuries suffered over the course of his career was ended by California’s highest court — capping a six-year battle during which Goldberg Segalla partner Joshua J. Roberts successfully defended our client every step of the way.
Goldberg Segalla has earned 31 national and regional rankings in the annual U.S. News—Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” survey for 2023. These include placement in National Tier 1 for Insurance Law as well as 17 Metropolitan Tier 1 rankings spanning New York, Maryland, Connecticut, Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania in practices including commercial litigation, employment and labor, insurance law, personal injury litigation, and product liability litigation.
NEW JERSEY’S DUAL EMPLOYMENT CONCEPT ALLOWS THE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COURT TO FIND THAT MORE THAN ONE ENTITY IS AN EMPLOYER.
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