White May Not be the Case to Cite for the Workers’ Compensation Quid Pro Quo; but it was All About the New York Act

I (and many others) have argued that, in the Supreme Court’s decision, New York Central Railroad Company v. White, 243 U.S. 188 (1917, the Court implicitly held that a state’s workers’ compensation benefits regime must be “reasonable” to avoid triggering…

via White May Not be the Case to Cite for the Workers’ Compensation Quid Pro Quo; but it was All About the New York Act — Workers’ Compensation Law Prof Blog

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