PANEL I: (Re)assessing the Grand Bargain: Compensation for Work Injuries in the U.S., 1900-2016
Emily Spieler, Northeastern University School of Law
Commentary by Charles R. Davoli, Workplace Injury Law & Advocacy Group
PANEL II: Workers’ Compensation at a Crossroads: Back to the Future or Back to the Drawing Board?
Alison Morantz, Stanford Law School
Commentary by John F. Burton, Jr., Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations
Commentary by James Lynch, FCAS MAAA, Chief actuary, Insurance Information Institute
PANEL III: Can State Constitutions Block the Workers'-Compensation Race to the Bottom?
Robert F. Williams, Rutgers Law School
PANEL IV: Accommodating Tort Law: Alternative Remedies for Workplace Injuries
Robert L. Rabin, Stanford Law School
Towards a Less-Grand Bargain for Injured Workers
Adam Scales, Rutgers Law School