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ラーソンの労働者災害補償法

Larson's Workers' Compensation Law

Arthur Larson, Lex K. Larson

12 vols. Looseleaf., 1952 to date.(追録年2回)

Matthew Bender (LexisNexis), USA. ISBN: 9780820513349

¥1,438,756

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労働次官もつとめた労働法の権威、故Arthur Larson教授の主著。
この分野の最も詳細かつ信頼が厚い典籍として1952年の刊行以来、裁判所・労災補償委員会・論文に度々引用されています。
労働災害補償法を体系的に捉え、各州の法規および判例を詳細に分析。またアメリカ障害者法・社会保障法など、労災補償と関係の深い他の法規との相互の影響についても言及しています。

【Table of Contents】

1. The Nature of Workers' Compensation

2. Historical Development of Workers' Compensation

3. The Five Lines of Interpretation of "Arising"

4. The Categories of Risk

5. Acts of God and Exposure

6. The Street-risk Doctrine

7. Positional and Neutral Risks

8. Assaults

9. Risks Personal to the Employee

10. Range of Compensable Consequences

11. [Reserved]

12. Meaning of "Course of Employment"

13. Going To and From Work

14. Journey Itself Part of Service

15. Employer's Conveyance

16. Dual-purpose Trips

17. Deviations

18-19. [Reserved]

20. General Test of Work Connection as to Activity

21. Personal Comfort Doctrine

22. Recreational and Social Activities

23. Horseplay

24. Resident Employees

25. Traveling Employees

26. Injuries After Quitting or Before Formal Hiring

27. Acts Outside Regular Duties

28. Acts in Emergency

29. Conclusion: Work-connection as Merger of "Arising" and "Course"

30-31. [Reserved]

32. General Irrelevance of Employee Fault

33. Misconduct Apart from Statutory Defenses

34. Statutory Defense of Wilful Misconduct

35. Statutory Defense of Failure to Obey Safety Rules

36. Intoxication

37. Violation of Statute or Commission of Crime

38. Suicide or Intentional Self-injury

39-41. [Reserved]

42. Meaning of "By Accident"

43. Injury from Usual Exertion or Exposure: The Four Approaches

44. Injury form Usual Exertion or Exposure: What is Unusual?

45. Usual Exertion or Exposure: Breakage Versus Generalized Conditions

46. Usualness: Relation of "By Accident" to "Arising out of the Employment"

47-49. [Reserved]

50. Definite Time Versus Gradual Injury

51. "Accidental" Infectious Diseases

52. Occupational Disease: General Principles

53. Occupational Disease: Special Principles

54. Occupational Disease: the Black Lung Act

55. Meaning of "Personal Injury"

56. "Personal Injury:" Mental and Nervous Injury

57-59. [Reserved]

60. "Employee" Defined

61. Contractor Distinction: Right to Control Details

62. Contractor Distinction: Relative Nature of Work

63. Deliberate Avoidancce of Employment Relation

64. Necessity for "Contract of Hire"

65. Necessity for Payment

66. Illegal Employment; Fales Job Applications

67. Lent Employees

68. Joint and Dual Employment

69. [Reserved]

70. Statutory Employees: "Uninsured Contractor Under"

71. Statutory Employees: "Other Non-Employees Deemed Employees"

72. Nonbusiness Employments

73. Casual Employment Not in Course of Usual Business

74. Minimum Number of Employees

75. Farm Labor

76. Executives and Partners

77. Hazardous Employment

78. Public Employment

79. [Reserved]

80. Kinds and Elements of Disability

81. Earnings Creating Presumption of Earning Capacity

82. Actual Earnings as Credit Against Award

83. Total Disability as Affected by Actual Earnings: The "Odd Lot" Doctrine

84. Inability to Get Work Because of Injury as Disability

85. Refusal of Suitable Work

86. Nature of Schedule Benefits

87. Exclusiveness of Schedule Allowances

88. Disfigurement Awards

89. Heritability and Assignability of Claims and Benefits; Taxability of Benefits

90. Successive Disabilities: General Principles

91. Second Injury Funds

92. Effect of Successive or Concurrent Injuries on Maximum Award

93. Calculation of Wage Basis and Benefits

94. Hospital and Medical Benefits

95. Rehabilitation

96. Statutory Categories of Relationship

97. Dependency in Fact

98. Death Benefits

99. [Reserved]

100. Nature and Scope of the Exclusiveness Principle

101. Exclusiveness as to Persons Other Than Employee

102. Action Against Employer

103. Intentional Injury by Employer or Its Agent

104. Intentional Injury: Non-Physical-Injury Torts

105. Statutory Provisions on Employer's Misconduct

106-109. [Reserved]

110. Theory of Third Party Actions

111. Who Are "Third Persons": Types of Statutes

112. Who Are "Third Persons": Particular Entities

113. Who Are "Third Persons": the Dual-Persona Doctrine

114. Who Are "Third Persons": Insurers

115. Election

116. Subrogation: General Principles

117. Subrogation: Distribution of Proceeds

118. Proper Parties to Third Party Action

119. [Reserved]

120. Third Party's Defenses

121. Third Party's Action Over Against Negligent Employer

122. Third Party's Breach of Separate Duty Toward Employer

123. [Reserved]

124. Informality of Compensation Procedure

125. Alternative Dispute Resolution

126. Notice and Claim Periods

127. Evidence in General

128. Medical Evidence

129. [Reserved]

130. Review of Awards

131. Reopening Awards

132. Agreements and Settlements

133. Attorneys' Fees

134. Witness Fees; Other Costs; Interest

135. Penalties

136-139. [Reserved]

140. Nature of Compensation Conflicts Problem

141. Successive Awards in Different States

142. Limits on Applicability Imposed by Federal Constitution

143. Limits on Applicability Imposed by State Law

144. Conflicts Involving Damage Suits

145. State Acts Versus Longshore Act

146. Conflicts Involving "Seamen's" Remedies

147. Conflicts Involving the FELA

148. Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act

149. [Reserved]

150. The Semi-Public Nature of Compensation Insurance

151. Construction of Policy Coverage

152. Rights Between Employer and Insurer

153. Rights Between Insurers

154-155. [Reserved]

156. Compensation as Part of General Wage-loss System

157. Coordinating Compensation and Other Wage-loss Benefits

158-159. [Reserved]

APPENDICES

TABLE OF CASES

INDEX