The choice of law problems encountered in workmen's compensation cases resulting from injuries incurred in the course of an employment extending over state lines and the extraterritorial applicability of workmen's compensation statutes was considered in a previous installment of this article. The purpose of this installment is to discuss the influence of the United States Constitution on the choice of the proper law in workmen's compensation cases and to demonstrate how the Constitution might be further utilized by Congress and the Courts to establish some degree of uniformity in this unsettled field.
Clyde W. Wellen,
Workmen's Compensation, Conflict of Laws, and the Constitution,
W. Va. L. Rev.
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