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September 15, 2021
Expungements: A Helping Hand for a Second Chance and New Opportunities
Litigator and Crowe & Dunlevy Pro Bono Co-Coordinator Aimee Majoue shares her experience and perspective regarding the expungement of criminal records. In this episode, Aimee discusses an array of instances when this type of proceeding may be useful, the procedure for pursuing an expungement and how the successful result of the process can open new doors for individuals and companies alike.
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September 1, 2021
Revisiting McGirt: New Legal Developments Challenge Oklahoma’s Landmark Ruling
Since our last discussion over the heavily debated decision in McGirt v. Oklahoma, new challenges to state and federal jurisdiction regarding both criminal and civil matters have arisen. Indian Law & Gaming Practice Group members Jennifer N. Lamirand and Greg Buzzard examine several recent cert petitions filed with the U.S. Supreme Court in an effort to overturn the McGirt ruling, and why it is unlikely that the court will intervene.
August 18, 2021
Where are We Now? The Evolution of Workplace COVID-19 Vaccination Guidance
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the workplace, public and private employers remain agile to meet federal guidance regarding how to handle vaccinated and unvaccinated workers. Labor & Employment Practice Group member Mary P. Snyder discusses the progression of OSHA, EEOC and U.S. DOJ vaccination guidance, how various industries are responding and how employers can evaluate and make the best decisions regarding workplace vaccination policies.
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