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May 12, 2021

Episode 11: Oklahoma USERRA Provides New Military Leave Provisions for Select Uniformed Services

On April 21, 2021, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed HB 2508, automatically enacting the Oklahoma Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act. Labor & Employment attorney and Oklahoma National Guardsman Evan Way discusses this recent update in Oklahoma military leave laws along with telling implications for employers based on current cases from the Seventh and Third Circuits. Moving forward, Evan shares what employers can do to be proactive and properly take care of military and uniformed service members while avoiding costly mistakes in military leave policies.

About Evan Way


April 28, 2021

Episode 10: Finding the Balance: How to Not Let Career Stress Lead to Burnout

What drives high-performing professionals, such as attorneys, to stay motivated, committed and excited about what they do? Without clearly identifying core values and answers to this question, inevitable burnout and stress may lead individuals to walk away from occupations they were once passionate about. Attorney and Certified Professional Coach Angie Hooper uses the legal industry as an example to discuss how a profession that includes high-stakes situations can and should work to create a culture shift that includes lasting solutions to strengthen individuals’ careers—even in the face of challenging circumstances—instead of losing them to burnout.

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April 14, 2021

Episode 9: HIPAA: Privacy & Security and Potential Rule Changes

Healthcare Practice Group member Maggie K. Martin explains the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and how it comes into play for patients and healthcare providers alike. From the current state of patient access to talk of a vaccine passport and a proposed new rule under consideration, Maggie discusses HIPAA’s impact and the latest legislation being considered that may affect healthcare policies and patients’ rights.




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