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Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Founding Partner, Brent Daub

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Brent Daub (JD ’02) Receives Doctorate of Education in Interdisciplinary Leadership

Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus Brent Daub (JD ’02) and senior partner and founder of Gilson Daub, a leading worker’s compensation defense firm, has received his Doctorate of Education in Interdisciplinary Leadership from Creighton University. Since leaving Pepperdine in 2002, Brent has been on a successful path that led to founding Gilson Daub in 2011, which now has 18 offices across eight states and serves some of the largest employers in the country and across the globe…

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Partner, Diana Tsudik

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Expert Analysis

Discerning Need For 2nd COVID Workers’ Comp Claim In Calif.

By Diana Tsudik

Law360 (May 11, 2021, 12:23 PM EDT) —

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Diana Tsudik

An interesting question has recently emerged for California employers about whether a second workers’ compensation claim form is due if an applicant tests positive for COVID-19 after returning from an industrial COVID-19 leave. This article will explain why a second form likely isn’t needed…

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Partner, Thu Do

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Employment and Anti-Discrimination Laws in the Workplace

Follow these workplace anti-discrimination laws to keep your organization safe and compliant.

It is an employer’s responsibility to ensure their employees have a safe and inclusive workplace that is free from discrimination and harassment. As employers and employees navigate a combination of in-office and remote work, workplace discrimination may start to look a little different…

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Partner, Thu Do

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Preventing Employee Brain Injury And Subsequent Litigation

Law360 (March 30, 2021, 5:48 PM EDT) — Employers already doing their best to keep people employed and ensuring their businesses stay afloat may have additional liabilities that they need to keep their eyes on. This is due to the rising number of catastrophic claims and traumatic brain injuries. Therefore, it is important for employers to implement risk management protocols, as well as provide training to identify certain injuries that could later be categorized as catastrophic. Brain injuries are also known as the invisible injury or silent epidemic and they are becoming more prevalent. But many business owners and employers may not be aware that the failure to. .

Thought Leadership: Featuring Gilson Daub Attorney Weston Mills

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Kansas Supreme Court’s workers’ comp ruling may generate more legal disputes

By   –  Staff Writer, Kansas City Business Journal

The cost of settling claims could go up now that workers have the ability to use their doctors to give assessments on temporary or permanent disabilities…