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Judge Grants Prosecution's Motion To Dismiss All Remaining Counts In Indictments For Active Defendants In Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah Case In Downtown Los Angeles. Prosecution Refiles With Three New Complaints.
By Lonce LaMon - March 20, 2017

The Honorable Kathleen Kennedy, in the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah case in downtown Los Angeles, allowed the prosecution to dismiss all the counts from the two indictments filed in 2015 against the participating defendants. Just on Thursday morning, March 16th, she granted the prosecution’s motion to dismiss.

The prosecution has refiled the case as three felony complaints against 12 defendants.  The DA’s office decided not to refile against Dr. David Johnson, who is an octogenarian in ill health.  It was stated in court Thursday that Dr. Johnson just had a tracheotomy.  18 months ago, he appeared in court in a wheel chair, and was represented 977 by his lawyer, Amanda Touchton, every hearing after that.  He has suffered from stomach cancer and sundry other maladies.


California comp reforms generated $1.3B in savings: Business Insurance  March 2, 2017
BOSTON — Workers compensation reforms in California have been an ongoing process, but the efforts have created some positive changes in the state’s comp system, said Alex Swedlow, president of the California Workers' Compensation Institute.
 
Mr. Swedlow spoke during a presentation Thursday at the Workers Compensation Research Institute's Annual Issues & Research Conference in Boston.

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San Diego Owner Of Janitorial Company Servicing Hotels Pleads Guilty To Workers' Compensation And Employee Tax Fraud. Stipulates To Eight-Year Prison Sentence
By Lonce LaMon - March 19, 2017

The owner of a San Diego janitorial company pleaded guilty on March 14th to seven felonies ...

California Division of Workers' Compensation Issues Notice of Public Hearing for Drug Formulary Regulations
By California Division of Workers' Compensation - March 17, 2017

The Department of Industrial Relations’ Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) has issued a notic...

Kelly Soo Park Wins In Federal Court Of Appeal Her Right To Sue Detective Karen Thompson For Violating Her Constitutional Rights. Case remanded back to District Court.
By Lonce LaMon - March 15, 2017

Yesterday, March 14th 2017, Tuesday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circu...

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Do High Heels Mean A Compensable Workers' Comp Claim?
By Michael Stack - February 23, 2017

Navigating issues of compensability in workers’ compensation has become a complicated task for members of the claims managemen...

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Somebody Pulled Claims Assistant Aaron Allen's Leg, But It Was No Joke
By Jorge Alexandria - October 31, 2016

Aaron Allen is a warm, charming, and articulate 29-year-old workers’ compensation claims assistant for AmTrust Financial Servi...

 
 

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