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Utley v. Board of Review, Department of Labor

For thirteen years, John Utley worked for the same company, relying on public transportation to get to work because he is visually impaired. After his shift hours were changed to a time when buses were not running, Utley carpooled with a coworker. However, the company ...

ISS v. Dept. of Labor

Prior to 2003, plaintiff was able to obtain foreign voluntary workers' compensation coverage for its overseas employees with "state of hire" and/or "country of hire" terms and conditions. In 2003, however, following a number of workers' compensation claims, plaintiff's insurer ...

Espina v. BD. OF REVIEW, NJ DEPT. OF LABOR

Claimant, Dyana Espina, had been employed by Keybank National Association (employer) as a loan processor since 1110 July 2000. She went out on maternity disability from November 1, 2005, through January 19, 2006. However, she could not return to work because she ...