Category Archives: Third Fridays Podcast

Contractors, Staffing Agencies & Waivers: Third Fridays Podcast


An important case involving special employment, liability waivers, and contractors is headed to the New Jersey Supreme Court. Christian Sison welcomes Christopher Major to the latest episode of Third Fridays to discuss the ramifications of this case. Can an employer contract with a willing employee to waive liability of its customers? Christian and Chris try to predict the Supreme Court’s next move! Continue reading Contractors, Staffing Agencies & Waivers: Third Fridays Podcast

Cross-State Issues in Jurisdiction: Third Fridays Podcast

Host Christian Sison is joined by attorney Joe Jones to discuss a New Jersey Supreme Court case concerning cross-state jurisdiction.

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Labor Market Attachment – Third Fridays Podcast

In this episode, attorneys Christian Sison and Declan Gourley discuss the defense of “Labor Market Attachment” in New York workers’ compensation cases on the Third Fridays podcast. The attorneys discuss the impact of the changes to the law enacted by the Legislature in April 2017. Continue reading Labor Market Attachment – Third Fridays Podcast

The Employer’s Perspective – Third Fridays Podcast

In this episode, Christian Sison welcomes the employer’s perspective to the Third Fridays podcast. Christopher Lahey, a Senior Supervising Engineer from National Grid, starts a discussion about the issues involved when investigating alleged work accidents. Christopher talks about the types of injuries sustained by National Grid employees, and how the company puts its employees in the best position to return to full duty work. Continue reading The Employer’s Perspective – Third Fridays Podcast

Fraud – Third Fridays Podcast

Today’s topic is fraud. Attorney Christian Sison welcomes New York defense litigator Usra Hussain to the show to discuss fighting fraud in New York workers’ compensation claims. Can employers prove that claimants “knowingly” violate Section 114-a? Is it always beneficial to raise fraud at the outset of a claim? The episode ends with Usra taking her turn at “Guess the Outcome”! Continue reading Fraud – Third Fridays Podcast