Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Potential Conflicts Between State Workers’ Compensation Reform and ERISA (With James Wooten) (forthcoming 2017)
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Compulsory Arbitration: More Empty Preemption of State Workers’ Comp?, TORTSOURCE, PUBLICATION OF THE TORT TRIAL & INSURANCE PRACTICE SECTION (forthcoming Fall 2016)
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