With dozens of labor lawyers packing the courtroom Tuesday, the California Supreme Court strongly indicated it had no intention of exposing employers to potentially millions of dollars more in workers’ compensation payments.

At issue in two companion cases Tuesday was 2004 legislation that rewrote the method for apportioning percentages of injury when calculating how much workers’ comp money an employee should receive for permanent disabilities.

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