Employment law expert outlines ways businesses can protect themselves from retaliation

By Kirby Lee Davis
Journal Record
April 27, 2012

TULSA – Employers should consider safeguards to protect themselves from a rising number of retaliation claims, a Crowe & Dunlevy attorney said.

“At least three to five times a week, there is a case listed in which some company has got hit with a big verdict because of a retaliation claim,” Randall J. Snapp told participants Friday at the 2012 Oklahoma Human Resources State Conference and Expo.

That issue topped a list of traps businesses face, all drawn from Snapp’s two decades of handling employment law cases. Other key concerns involve employee evaluations and documentation.


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