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July 21, 2021

Don’t Wait! What Businesses Should do at the First Sign of Financial Trouble

One of the worst things a business owner can do is wait too long to seek restructuring and insolvency advice once financial distress arises. This includes waiting until all of the money is gone, signing the forbearance that waives all owner’s rights when lenders are out of patience, or the foreclosure is tomorrow. Saving the business takes time and money, but Bankruptcy & Creditor’s Rights Practice Group members Vickie L. Driver and Crissie W. Stephenson explain how experienced legal counsel can help business owners address issues right away instead of enduring additional financial hurdles.

About Vickie L. Driver and Crissie W. Stephenson



July 7, 2021

The Immediate and Lasting Impacts of McGirt: A Novel Ruling for Oklahoma

On July 9, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Muscogee (Creek) Nation reservation had never been disestablished, creating a jurisdictional shift in criminal law matters and leaving many unanswered questions regarding civil regulatory issues. One year later, a number of these issues—such as taxes for tribal citizens—have gone unresolved. Indian Law & Gaming Practice Group members Jennifer N. Lamirand and Greg Buzzard explain the history and impact of McGirt v. Oklahoma, and why it will be referenced on matters of legal reform for years to come.

About Jennifer N. Lamirand and Greg Buzzard



June 23, 2021

Cybersecurity: Headlines, Best Practices and Its Evolving Role

In 2020, U.S. companies reported more than 800,000 cyber incidents to the Federal Bureau of Investigations. Headlines continue to draw attention to breaches hitting a growing list of entities including meat processor JBS, a water plant in Florida, the City of Tulsa, Colonial Pipeline, and others, signaling a call for greater security to help companies and their employees better protect themselves against vulnerabilities. Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Practice Group members Anthony Hendricks and Jordan E.M. Sessler explain threats that could compromise a company’s data or functionality, best practices to safeguard against the potential for a cyber incident and what to do in the event of an attack.

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