Coleman and Johnson Author Articles for William Mitchell Law Review
Cousineau McGuire Shareholder Tom Coleman and Associate Michael Johnson both authored articles published in the William Mitchell Law Review, Volume 41, Issue 4. This edition of the Law Review featured an entire segment on Workers’ Compensation Law.
Coleman’s piece was titled “Fundamentals of Workers’ Compensation in Minnesota,” and provided a primer for the basics of workers’ compensation. It included a discussion and analysis of the Employer-Employee relationship, the definitions of injury and disability, Arising Out Of and In The Course Of, benefits available, benefit calculations, defenses, and the distinction between occupational disease and injury claims.
Click HERE for the link to Tom Coleman’s article.
Johnson co-authored an article with Thomas M. Domer titled “A Comparison of Wisconsin and Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Claims.” Their piece covered the differences in liability/causation between the states, with a look at “In the Course of Employment” issues, involvement of alcohol, “Arising out of Employment” issues, as well as benefits.
Click HERE for the link to Michael Johnson’s article. Both articles can be accessed on the William Mitchell Law Review website.