An Abdullah Credit is a credit for a pre-existing function loss to the same part of the body for which an award is being paid. In this episode, Weber Gallagher partners Jennifer Laver and Vanessa Mendelewski discuss Abdullah Credits and best practices for employers when they are seeking credit.

The UK Government has published its response to Sir Patrick Vallance's Pro-innovation Regulation of Technologies Review Digital Technologies report, which contains a number of recommendations regarding digital technologies and applications, not least to advance further the Government's National A

Opinion requiring local agency to give notice on meeting agenda of CEQA exemption determined by staff is no longer binding precedent, but some CEQA actions must still be agendized - On February 15, 2023, the California Supreme Court invalidated and ordered depublished an opinion of the Second Di

The US Department of Commerce has begun implementing the CHIPS and Sciences Act by introducing the first Notice of Funding Opportunity of its “CHIPS for America” incentive programs, which aim to support the construction, expansion, or modernization of commercial semiconductor manufacturing facili

Seyfarth Synopsis: Another court has found that actuaries who set discount rates for withdrawal liability purposes that are not based upon their “best estimate of anticipated experience” for investments under the plan—in this case, basing the rate assumption only on estimated returns for 40% of

On March 23, 2023, the Supreme Court of Virginia invalidated the Fairfax County, Virginia, Zoning Ordinance commonly known as z-Mod.

On Tuesday, March 21, 2023, the US Department of Commerce issued a notice of proposed rulemaking on the guardrail provisions included in the CHIPS and Science Act (CHIPS).

The European Commission’s (EC) Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) published its final opinion on hydroxyapatite (nano) on March 23, 2023.

In Law Office of Drew J. Bauman v. Hanover Insurance Co., the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey affirmed that policyholders must allege, under New Jersey law, the specific provisions of the insurance policy in order to state a claim for relief under the insurance contract.