Monthly Archives: April 2014
  • OSHA Citations Upheld By Circuit Court in SeaWorld Killer Whale Case

    By a 2-1 vote, the US Court of Appeals in Washington, DC, upheld citations against SeaWorld for violations of the General Duty clause.  In 2010, following an investigation into the death of a trainer who was pulled into a pool by a killer whale, OSHA cited SeaWorld for two violations of the General Duty clause.  The General Duty clause found in 29 U.S.C.

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  • Carl Habekost Will Be Presenting at the 20th Annual Las Vegas Seminar “Workers’ Compensation Current Advanced Topics” May 16 & May 17, 2014 in Las Vegas

    Join Carl Habekost on Friday, May 16 and Saturday, May 17, 2014 at Circus Circus Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV for his presentation at the “Workers’ Compensation Current Advanced Topics” seminar. Carl will be sharing valuable information on tips to turn losing scenarios in workers’ compensation cases into win-win situations for both the claimant and the employer!  See flyer for more topics and details.
    There is no charge to attend this seminar and it qualifies for 11.

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  • Bankruptcy Issues? We May Be Able To Help.

    Dana R. Quick, Esq.   Bankruptcy Issues We May Be Able To Help.pdf
    As you may know, attorney Dana Quick recently joined Bugbee & Conkle.   Before relocating to Toledo and joining Bugbee & Conkle, Dana practiced law in Miami, Florida, with a boutique law firm that focused on bankruptcy and commercial litigation.

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  • Janelle M. Matuszak to Walk In the March for Babies

    Janelle Matuszak will walk in the March for Babies to raise money for the March of Dimes on April 13, 2014.  The mission of the March of Dimes is to help moms have full term pregnancies and research the problems that threaten the health of babies.  For more information, click here.

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  • The Employer, Vol. 7 No. 2

    The Employer Volume 7, No. 2.pdf
    OSHA and the Temporary Worker
    For many months we have been reporting about OSHA’s increased interest in the relationship that arises whenever a temporary worker is sent by a staffing agency to a host employer’s work site.  The most recent event in this area of increased activity by OSHA occurred on March 10, 2014, when OSHA issued the first of a proposed series of formal educational guidance documents.
    Entitled “Temporary Worker Initiative Bulletin No.

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  • The Supreme Court of the United States Blocks OSHA’S ETS Regarding Vaccines but Enforces CMS MandateRead more


  • Bugbee & Conkle Proudly Welcomes The 2021 Solheim Cup to ToledoRead more

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