Monthly Archives: February 2017

Questionable Hawai’i Court of Appeals Decision Creates Interesting Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Opportunities

If a contest were held for the worst appellate decision of 2017, we might already have a winner. The recent unpublished Hawai’i Court of Appeals decision in Hawaiian Dredging Constr. Co., Inc. v. Fujikawa Assocs., Inc., 2017 WL 663540 (Haw. … Learn More

Nebraska Supreme Court Sidesteps Issues Of Future Credit And Made Whole Doctrine In Workers’ Compensation Subrogation

Trial lawyers in Nebraska had high hopes that a questionable Court of Appeals decision from early 2016 might reinject the equitable Made Whole Doctrine into Nebraska workers’ compensation subrogation and eliminate any right of the carrier to a future credit … Learn More

How To Sue Yourself And Win

The new American horror film “Split”, directed by M. Night Shyamalan, recently in theaters, is a psychological thriller which centers on a bizarre antagonist with 23 separate personalities. Without spoiling the plot, suffice it to say that it focuses on … Learn More