Host Christian Sison welcomes attorney Declan Gourley back to the podcast to discuss mental stress claims under the New York Workers’ Compensation law. The attorneys discuss the standard for causally-related and compensable stress in New York, strategies for defending the cases, and provide practical examples.Continue reading Mental Stress Injuries: Third Fridays Podcast
Host Christian Sison welcomes Eric Kuperman and John McGordy of Printing House Press to discuss strategic, tactical, and practical aspects of filing appeals in worker’s compensation cases before New York’s 3rd Department.Continue reading Appellate Practice in New York: Third Fridays Podcast
Continue reading Recent Case Developments Applying the Coming-and-GoinG Defense: Third Friday Podcast
Host Christian Sison discusses recent case law developments relating to the “going and coming” defense of off-premises injuries before the New York Workers’ Compensation Board.
Host Christian Sison welcomes Greg Lois to his workers’ compensation podcast to discuss expedited trial strategy and preparation in the context of controverted cases before the New York Workers’ Compensation Board.
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Host Christian Sison welcomes Greg Lois to his workers’ compensation podcast to discuss particularly thorny employer-employee issues: independent contractor status, lent employee status, and dual employment claims between employers and carriers.
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Back in July, Andrea Abudayeh joined Christian Sison on the podcast to discuss the game-changing court case Taher v. Yiota Taxi decided by the Appellate Division. Now that Judges have implemented the Taher concepts at the trial level for the past four months, did Andrea and Christian get it right with their predictions? The attorneys also discuss the news that Jamaica hearing point is now going virtual on December 1, 2018.
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