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Mary P. Snyder, a member of the Labor & Employment Practice Group, explains workplace retaliation, scenarios that may spark claims and how to avoid it. Continue reading Subtle Actions can Spark Workplace Retaliation Claims
Benjamin N. Schiller, a member of the Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Practice Group, discusses the political and economic impact that the Nord Stream 2 expansion project may have on U.S. and European economies. Continue reading Business Viewpoint with Benjamin Schiller: European Pipeline Expansion may have Local Implications
Crowe & Dunlevy recently announced the addition of Clifford Hudson as of counsel in the firm’s Oklahoma City office where he serves as a member of the Corporate & Securities Practice Group. Continue reading Clifford Hudson Joins Crowe & Dunlevy
Joel W. Harmon, co-chair of the the Banking & Financial Institutions Practice Group, discusses two recent developments in the financial industry involving the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Continue reading Gavel to Gavel: CFPB Developments
Melissa McDuffey, Labor & Employment Practice Group member, explains what Oklahoma employers can learn from a recent case that allowed an employee to receive workers' compensation benefits despite testing positive for marijuana. Continue reading Positive Marijuana Tests Don’t Always Prevent Workers’ Compensation Benefits
Adam W. Childers, chair of the Labor & Employment Practice Group, explains how to keep office festivities and employees safe this holiday season. Continue reading Steps Needed to Keep Holiday Parties Safe, Free of Harassment
Criminal Defense, Compliance & Investigations Practice Group chair Sanford C. Coats explains the recently announced shift in how the U.S. Department of Justice will evaluate corporate compliance and cooperation related to criminal and civil investigations. Continue reading Rosenstein Speech Signals Change in DOJ Policy
Labor & Employment attorney Mary P. Snyder explains how employers should adjust drug testing policies based on the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Act. Continue reading Oklahoma Businesses Need to Change Drug Testing Standards
Energy, Environment & Natural Resources attorney Tim Sowecke discusses ongoing litigation related to the Oklahoma Supreme Court case between Kingfisher County commissioners and oil and gas producers in the STACK play. Continue reading Could Move by Kingfisher County Lead to More Oil and Gas Lawsuits?
Labor & Employment Practice Group member Allen L. Hutson explains why now is a crucial time for employers to update company drug testing policies. Continue reading Businesses Urged to Adapt Drug-Testing Rules for Medical Marijuana