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Origins of Work Comp CLE Summary Episode 4

Origins of Work Comp CLE Summary

Time Schedule: 60 minutes Summary of Topics Covered: Introduction of Instructor Michael Duff European System and the French Train Project of 1832 Swiss Early Structure German System and Otto Von Bismarck English Evolution: Factor Acts Inspectorates Fencing Liability Statutes WC Act of 1897 American Liability Acts/Federal Employee Liability Act of 1908 How These Issues Still Affect Work Comp in Wyoming Today

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Time Schedule:  60 minutes

Summary of Topics Covered
 
Introduction of Instructor Michael Duff
European System and the French Train Project of 1832
Swiss Early Structure
German System and Otto Von Bismarck
English Evolution:
  • Factor Acts
  • Inspectorates
  • Fencing
  • Liability Statutes
  • WC Act of 1897
American Liability Acts/Federal Employee Liability Act of 1908
How These Issues Still Affect Work Comp in Wyoming Today
 
Instructor Michael Duff, Esq. Bio:

Professor of Law, University of Wyoming
Founder, Co-Editor and Author, Workers’ Compensation Law Professors’ Blog
National Labor Relations Board, Regional Office Attorney
McTeaque, Higbee & Mac Adam, Associate
Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents, Law

Honors and Awards
2017 University of Wyoming College of Law Extraordinary Merit Award
Fellow, American Bar Foundation
Member, National Academy of Social Insurance
Fellow, College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Pound Academic Fellow, Pound Civil Justice Institute
Recognition Award, Workers’ Injury Law and Advocacy Group
Centennial Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Wyoming College of Law 2014-2017
 
Books
Workers’ Compensation Law
Teachers Manual for Workers’ Compensation Law
Wyoming Workers Compensation Law (forthcoming)
Secunda, Hirsch & Duff, Labor Law: A Problem Based Approach
Labor, Civil Resistance, and the Rule of Law

Creators and Guests

Justin Victor Kallal
Host
Justin Victor Kallal
Justin is a Wyoming trial lawyer focused on representing injured individual and workers. He is a partner at Davis, Johnson & Kallal www.djkwyolaw.com WyoLawPod is an opportunity for him to interesting conversations with fascinating lawyers that give listeners free CLE credit.

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