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Attorney Rachel N. Jordan, member of the Healthcare Practice Group, discusses the new 'right to try' law that may give terminally ill patients more treatment options. Continue reading New ‘Right to Try’ Law May Give Terminally Ill More Treatment Option
Attorney Susan E. Huntsman was named as one of The Journal Record 2018 Fifty Making a Difference honorees. Continue reading Journal Record Names Fifty Making a Difference Honorees
Attorney Michael R. Pacewicz, member of the Labor & Employment Practice Group, discusses the federal government's memo regarding handbook rules. Continue reading Fed’s Memo Backs Some Rules in Employee Handbooks
Attorney Melissa McDuffey, a member of the Labor & Employment Practice Group, discusses employers handling medical marijuana license holders. Continue reading EDITORIAL: Employers Need Answers
Attorneys Christopher M. Staine and Evan G.E. Vincent were selected for Benchmark Litigation’s 40 & Under Hot List 2018 publication, a ranking of U.S. litigators 40 years of age or younger. Continue reading Attorneys Selected for Under 40 List
Attorney Mike McBride III, chair of the Indian Law & Gaming Practice Group, discusses the Supreme Court change that could lead to Indian Country upheaval. Continue reading Supreme Court Change Could Lead to Indian Country Upheaval
Evan G.E. Vincent selected for second time in three years; first year for Christopher M. Staine OKLAHOMA CITY – Crowe & Dunlevy attorneys Christopher M. Staine and Evan G.E. Vincent were named to Benchmark Litigation’s 40 & Under Hot List… Continue reading Benchmark Litigation Selects Two Crowe & Dunlevy Attorneys in 40 & Under Hot List
On June 26, Oklahoma voters by a large margin approved State Question 788, making medical marijuana legal in the Sooner State. Beginning July 26, Oklahoma residents will have the right to apply for a license permitting them to use marijuana… Continue reading Medical Marijuana is Here: Did Your Workplace Policies Just Go Up in Smoke?
Attorney Hayley R. Scott, a member of the Administrative & Regulatory Practice Group, discusses the Amazon tax prompting new considerations for business and consumers. Continue reading Amazon Tax Prompts New Considerations for Businesses, Consumers
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) this month handed employers a win that should mean fewer challenges to employee handbook rules under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). In a memorandum issued June 6, General Counsel Peter B. Robb essentially… Continue reading NLRB Eases Restrictions on Handbook Rules