Accident interpretation allows workers' comp claimant to sue in Oklahoma state court

Questions & Answers with Christina Cupp, a labor and employment law attorney with the firm Crowe & Dunlevy Read More

With retaliation claims rising, Firms Urged to have Well-written Policies

Questions &Answers with Allen Hutson, attorney with the firm Crowe & Dunlevy Read More

Oklahoma worker losing case over head scarf highlights rules

Questions & Answers with Ruth Addison, attorney with the labor and employment group at Crowe and Dunlevy Read More

Oklahoma attorney says up-to-date policies are No. 1 resolution among HR pros

Questions &Answers with Mary Snider, attorney with Crowe and Dunlevy law firm, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Read More

Supreme Court rules workers don't have be paid for time spent in fraud checks

Questions &Answers with Mary Snyder, attorney with Crowe and Dunlevy law firm Read More

New NLRB rule cuts time before union organization elections

Questions &Answers with Tony Puckett from the law firm McAfee and Taft Read More

National Labor Relation Board OKs use of company email use for union organizing

Questions & Answers with Tony Puckett, attorney with the firm McAfee and Taft Read More

Arbitration, mediation can be used to resolve provider issues

Questions &Answers with Mary Holloway Richard, attorney with the firm Phillips Murrah. Read More

Holiday Parties Can Make or Kill a Sales Career

Read some tips for the company holiday party from Maura Schreier-Fleming, principal at Best @ Selling. While Maura's training and blogs are directed at the professional sales person, the advice would be well received by other career professionals. Read More

Oklahoma employers can't prohibit competition

Questions and Answers with Adam Childers, attorney with Crowe and Dunlevy in Oklahoma City, co-chair of the labor and employment practice group Read More