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Justice Department argues sexual orientation discrimination not covered by Civil Rights Act

08/02/2017
Questions and Answers for Nathan Whatley, labor and employment attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More

OSHA Launches Electronic Injury and Illness Reporting System

08/01/2017
On Aug. 1, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) launched its application to electronically submit injury and illness data—but covered employers won't be required to use the system until later this year. Read More

Employee lawsuits challenge employers' English-only policies

07/05/2017
Questions and Answers with Nathan Whatley, labor and employment attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More

Companies must test compliance regimens against DOJ guidance

06/23/2017
Questions and Answers with Sanford C. Coats, Crowe & Dunlevy attorney and co-chair of the firm’s Criminal Defense, Compliance & Investigations Practice Group. Read More

Noncompete agreements are generally unenforceable

06/21/2017
Questions and Answers with Allen L Hutson, labor and employment attorney with Crowe & Dunlevy. Read More

Budget proposal includes paid family leave for mothers, fathers

06/14/2017
Question and Answer with Nathan Whatley, labor and employment attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More

Asking job applicants about salary history merits consideration of legal risks

06/06/2017
Questions and Answers with Tony Puckett, attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More

Gov. Fallin Signs Budget Bill, Highlights Successes in 2017 Legislative Session

06/02/2017
Governor Mary Fallin today signed the Fiscal Year 2018 budget bill (Senate Bill 860) into law, which closes an $878 million shortfall, maintains common education funding at current levels, and prevents the closings of hospitals and nursing homes. The 2018 fiscal year appropriated budget will be $6,830,177,825. It is $37,782,641, or 0.55 percent less than the revised fiscal year 2017 appropriated budget, which includes supplementals and the revenue failure. Read More

Where to start a career? Most Oklahoma grads stay in state

05/21/2017
Read about Oklahoma City and Tulsa in this article about the job potential in Oklahoma for our college graduates Read More

Prudent Employers May Want to Self-inspect I-9 Documents

05/17/2017
Questions and Answers with Mary Snyder, attorney with the firm Crowe & Dunlevy. Read More