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.
Articles About Kansas Labor And Employment Law.
Seeking “compromise” and following in the footsteps of other governors, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly signed House Bill (HB) No. 2001 into law on November 23, 2021, broadening exemptions from employer COVID-19 vaccine mandates, permitting the imposition of civil penalties against noncomplying Kansas employers, and providing unemployment benefits to individuals who
Amateur Athletes Protection and Compensation Act.
The Amateur Athletes Protection and Compensation Act of 2021 (Protection Act), the sixth federal proposal governing student-athlete name, image, and likeness (NIL) rights, has been introduced U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS). Senator Moran’s legislation combines aspects of prior partisan legislation proposed by both Republican
On March 28, 2020, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly issued Executive Order No. 20-16 establishing a statewide “Stay Home” Order (the “Order”) for Kansas to minimize the risk and spread of infection by COVID-19. The Order went into effect on March 30, 2020, and continues at least until April 19, 2020.
In a recent decision examining Kansas non-compete law, the United States District Court for the District of Kansas partially granted a company’s motion to enjoin its former employee’s violations of the non-compete and customer non-solicitation provisions of his employment agreement.
An appellate court in Kansas ruled that an insufficient urine specimen, without evidence of intent to thwart the drug test, is not a refusal to submit to a test for purposes of the Workers’ Compensation Act. Byers v. Acme Foundry, 2017 Kan. App. LEXIS 12 (KS. Court of Appeals January 27, 2017).