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Remove the privative clauses from all Workers’ Compensation Acts across Canada & United States of America
Petition Background (Preamble):
Read theses titled: INSTITUTIONALIZING FAILURE : The Evolution of Workers’ Compensation in Nova Scotia, By Carol MacCulloch 2000, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Library of CANADA, 0-612-56713-3
In administrative law, a privative clause is a provision in a statute that tries to remove a court’s ability to review decisions of a tribunal (or other administrative agency). In the UK they are known as "ouster clauses".
The IAIABC Convention has been held annually since the organization’s inception in 1914. The Convention is a symposium for workers’ compensation professionals (both IAIABC members and non-members) to share and discuss issues and events that have affected workers’ compensation in the United States, Canada, and throughout the world.
The Convention schedule includes committee meetings and presentations, exhibitors, keynote speakers on current issues, and networking opportunities. Convention attendees include administrators, regulators, researchers, claims adjusters, occupational physicians, nurses, other medical practitioners, attorneys, administrative law judges, insurance executives, claims administrators and directors, work comp program managers for employers, risk managers, and Union representatives.
The convention has unparalleled opportunities to meet workers’ compensation administrators managing every sort of program and at every level of experience and organizational role. The informal, friendly atmosphere is ideal for networking and exchanging information with business associates or regulatory partners.
The Remove the privative clauses from all Workers’ Compensation Acts across Canada & United States of America petition to North America was written by Derrick Fernie and is in the category Civil Rights at GoPetition. Contact author here. Petition tags: injured workers