Marijuana Is Legal in Your State, Do the Employer and Insurer Have to Pay for It?
With no clear direction and with medical marijuana being a reasonable and necessary treatment, the states have to decide for themselves.
October, 2022 | By Barry D. Bernstein
Originally published in The Legal Intelligencer Many injured employees believe that because marijuana is legal in their state, it means that the employer and insurer will have to pay for it. This is not correct. The Controlled Substance Act is a federal law that prohibits the use of marijuana as a scheduled I controlled substance. Therefore, the…
Maryland Federal Court Agrees European Public Limited-Liability Company Should be Treated Like a U.S. Corporation for Purposes of Diversity Jurisdiction
“The citizenship analysis is complicated” in the foreign context
| By Richard J. Medoff and Robert L. Hebb
In SNC-Lavalin Constructors Inc. v. Tokio Marine Kiln Insurance Limited, Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, Civ. Nos. GJH-19-873 and GJH-19-1510, 2021 WL 2550505 (D. Md. June 21, 2021), United States District Judge George J. Hazel, writing for the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, addressed the citizenship of a European Public Limited-Liability Company (Societas Europaea,…