After setting out the factors which make for change in the compensation structure, the author goes on to discuss three problem areas in which that change is clearly visible: distinguishing between employees and independent contractors, determining tho rights of a borrowed employee, and deciding whether an accident arose out of the employment. He concludes that the law of workmen's compensation is developing in consonance with the social philosophy which underlies it.
Wex S. Malone,
Some Recent Developments in the Substantive Law of Workmen's Compensation,
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