Does NC COA decision in Jackson v. The Timken Co. threaten the exclusive remedy doctrine?

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The increasing trend of employers to provide on-site medical staff can have numerous benefits for both employees and employers. Due to convenience, employees may be more likely to utilize the on-site medical services, leading to quicker identification of health issues and easier management of health care needs and costs for both parties. Employees may spend…

#MeToo Movement is Motivating a Potential Ban on Arbitration in Sexual Harassment Cases

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Background The #MeToo movement has gripped headlines for months by highlighting the prevalence of sexual harassment, with the entertainment industry and politics being a particularly high-profile focus. By bringing these issues to the forefront of consciousness, legislators are finally beginning to explore methods to address these pervasive issues. One such effort is the federal “Ending…