Last Monday’s workers’ compensation ruling by the stateSupreme Court in favor of the widow of a welder who died of lungcancer looks like an important victory for plaintiffs andevidence that the liberal impulse is alive among New Jersey’sjustices.

So why does a lawyer who represents workers’ comp claimantsand who filed an amicus brief on behalf of trade and industrialunions hate the decision?

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