MEWA Seeks To Void CDI’s $4.3M Penalty

The attorney for American Labor Alliance and its parent Agricultural Contracting Services Association is asking a Fresno Superior Court to strike down a California Department of Insurance $5,000 per day … Read More »

Federal MEWA Case Edges Closer to Trial

Attorneys defending Marcus Asay, Antonio Gastelum and Agricultural Contracting Services Association/American Labor Alliance (ALA) are due back in court next week as the federal government’s mail fraud and conspiracy charges … Read More »

Feds Are Seeking MEWA Victims

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is looking for employers that purchased alleged workers’ comp “coverage” from the American Labor Alliance or its alter egos. They also want to hear from … Read More »

Top Workers’ Comp Stories of 2018

Every year the first issue of the Workers’ Comp Executive includes a “Top Stories” item covering the hottest topics from the past year. Some years, the top stories might be driven by Legislative changes or new interpretations of existing law by the courts or the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board. Others it might be the market … Read More »

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Major Fines In Illegal MEWA Case

American Labor Alliance and its founder Marcus Asay are being fined $3.4 million for selling bogus workers’ comp “coverage” without a license in defiance of multiple cease and desist orders … Read More »

Top Workers’ Comp Stories of 2017

Every year, as January rolls around the staff at Workers’ Comp Executive takes a moment to reflect upon the year that passed. We review the stories that made headlines last year and select those for closer inspection that made an impact. Some were “one and done” type events, while others developed a life of their … Read More »

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