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All philosophers, who find Some favourite system to their mind, In every point to make it fit, Will force all nature to submit. – Headlong


A Haiku for the poetry of worker’s compensation, and the two sides of the COVID-19 presumptions:  2020’s ruse COVID-19 hangover Presumption guarded  As we approach

Without poetry, we lose our way

The Case Brief this month deals with the poetry of apportionment faced with a presumption. Only an Oxfordian court could torture the promulgation of a

“When the walls come tumblin’ down” – The Case of Applied Materials and the Effect of Treater Misconduct

The Applied Materials case is a history of worker’s compensation theory and application since 1983 starting with Le Beof, then Western Growers and going through Hikida and resting with Fitzpatrick. The bottom line is that the system failed this injured worker by having an unprofessional physician handle the treatment for this applicant; the rest is left for history.

“And she’ll have fun, fun, fun till her daddy takes the T-bird away”

Perhaps all of us can take a step back from the crazy volume of paper, phone calls and email that we
receive each day and appreciate that we truly are part of a larger picture and that performing our roles
competently and accountably can positively touch individual lives as well as our shared society as a