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Former president & CEO Timila S. Rother was featured in The Journal Record’s 2022 Power List: Innovative Women publication, honoring women across Oklahoma that bring inspirational leadership qualities to a variety of industries and job settings in our state. In… Continue reading Power List: Innovative Women 2022
For employers seeking to hire or retain skilled foreign professionals in specialty occupations (occupations for which a degree is required), helping to get H-1B status for the foreign national is often a key tool. However, there are only 85,000 total… Continue reading Register Now for H-1B Status
Attorney Drew Palmer has rejoined Crowe & Dunlevy as a director in the firm’s Oklahoma City office. Palmer returns to the firm bringing his prior experience in the software and energy industries to the firm’s growing Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice. Continue reading Drew Palmer Returns to Crowe & Dunlevy
The Supreme Court recently heard oral argument in Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo v. Texas, a case about the restrictions federal law places on two Texas tribes’ ability to operate gaming enterprises. When Congress recognized the two tribes, it “prohibited” gaming on… Continue reading Supreme Court Debates Foundations of Tribal Gaming Law
Attorney Jordan K. Field has been named chair of Crowe & Dunlevy’s Taxation Practice Group, the law firm recently announced. Continue reading Field to Chair Crowe & Dunlevy’s Taxation Practice Group
You can date your boss, but your boss can’t date you. Workplace romances are older than time. While it worked out for Marie and Pierre Curie and the Obamas, they are the exceptions. The obvious problems include distracting flirtations, accusations… Continue reading Why Can’t I Date My Boss?
A recent Oklahoma Supreme Court decision may make it more difficult for a landlord to prevail, at least in the early stages, of a forcible entry detainer or other action seeking to evict a tenant and to recover for past-due… Continue reading Commercial Tenants May be Able to Use “Doctrine of Impossibility” to Excuse Nonpayment of Rent
As March approaches, it’s time to take action if your organization is seeking new H-1B status for any foreign national employees or applicants. H-1B status allows foreign nationals who work in a specialty occupation (an occupation for which a degree… Continue reading H-1B Registration Opens March 1
Law Firm Announced as First Tenant TULSA, OKLA. – After more than three decades of legal and public service from its offices at 4th and Boston, Crowe & Dunlevy will move its Tulsa office to the 222 N. Detroit Building offered for… Continue reading Crowe & Dunlevy to Become First Tenant at 222 N. Detroit
On Nov. 1, the Predatory Real Estate Wholesaler Prohibition Act went into effect in Oklahoma. The legislation aims to address predatory practices by real estate wholesalers, referring to a practice in which a wholesaler enters into a contract with a… Continue reading Gavel to Gavel: Real Estate Act Targets Predatory Practices