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Employer-Employee: Restrictive Covenants-Breach-Entire Agreement Provision

Core and Main, LP v. McCabe (MLW No. 79522/Case No. 22-1138 – 13 pages) (U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, Loken, J.) Appealed from U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota, Wright, J. (Kurt J. Erickson, of Minneapolis, MN, for appellant; Grant Daniel Goerke, of Minneapolis, MN, on the brief) (Samuel W. Diehl, of Minneapolis, MN, for appellee; Harry N. Niska, of Minneapolis, MN, on the brief)

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Workers’ Compensation: SIF Liability-Sufficiency of Evidence-Hearing Loss

Where a claimant challenged the denial of his claim against the Second Injury Fund for benefits, the claimant failed to meet his burden to show that he was permanently totally disabled due to a combination of his preexisting Parkinson’s disease ...

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Workers’ Compensation: Challenge to Awards-Hampton-Framework

Where appellants argued that workers’ compensation awards were contrary to the overwhelming weight of the competent and substantial evidence, the arguments ignored the framework required under Hampton v. Big Boy Steel Erection, so the appellants’ arguments lacked persuasive or analytical ...

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