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May 11, 2022

Tribal Tax Exemption Under McGirt Gains Preliminary Victory

As we inch closer to the second anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in McGirt v. Oklahoma, issues regarding tribal, federal and state jurisdiction continue to make headlines. Indian Law & Gaming Practice Group member Greg Buzzard and Taxation Practice Group member Jeffery D. Trevillion Jr. examine a recent administrative law judge’s ruling in favor of tax immunity for tribal citizen Alicia Stroble and discuss the implications for state income tax revenue if the ruling is ultimately upheld.

About Greg Buzzard and Jeffery D. Trevillion Jr.

 


 

April 27, 2022

Congress Tries to Wrangle Cyber and Crypto Industries

When it comes to cybersecurity, most of us don’t know as much as we would like on how our personal data is secured and kept private. New threats arise as new technologies, such as cryptocurrency, emerge on a daily basis. To help our listeners better understand these issues, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Practice Group members Anthony Hendricks and Drew Palmer join our Briefly Legal podcast for a discussion on the history of cyberattacks and their progression over the last decade, and the motivation behind newly proposed federal legislation intended to regulate business’ cybersecurity policies.

About Anthony Hendricks and Drew Palmer

Additional Resources:
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Nothing About You Says Computer Technology podcast
Cryptocurrency to Affect Monetary Policy
Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act
FTC Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information Final Rule

 


 

April 22, 2022

Special Episode: Innovate OKHR 2022 Conference & Expo Recap

The Briefly Legal team recently packed up the Crowe’s nest and took a field trip to the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa in Catoosa, OK for the Innovate 2022 OKHR Conference & Expo. With our studio set up in the vendor hall, Labor & Employment Practice Group Chair and podcast host Adam Childers met with conference staff, alumni, and first-timers to discuss all things OKHR and how it felt to return to the event in-person. What follows is a series of live interviews starting with the 2022 Crowe & Dunlevy Award of Excellence winners Kyle Killingsworth and Tara Crowley, followed by student Deb Thornton and conference alumna Marla Mann, and ending on a high note with OKHR Past State Director Mike Shaw.

Additional Resources: Innovate OKHR 2022 Conference & Expo On Demand

 


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