Government Benefits, Injury and Tort Law, and Labor and Employment Law – Pacific Operators Offshore, LLP v. Valladolid

In an appeal from a judgment of the appeals court vacating an administrative dismissal of respondent’s Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA) claim for benefits as a surviving spouse, judgment is affirmed where a claimant seeking benefits under the OCSLA must establish a substantial nexus between the injury and extractive operations on the shelf.

Continue reading at Pacific Operators Offshore, LLP v. Valladolid, No. 10-507

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