OCHRS Announces New Annual Award

The Emerging Leader Award recognizes newer OCHRS members who have already made significant contributions to the Board of Directors, a Chapter Committee and/or to the profession and have demonstrated the potential for leadership and continuing service. Read More

Nondisclosure agreements grow in popularity

Questions and Answers with Roger A. Stong, a Crowe & Dunlevy attorney and chair of the firm’s corporate and securities practice group Read More

Supreme Court Preview: Workplace Issues Are on the Docket

The U.S. Supreme Court started a new term Oct. 1 and immediately jumped into oral argument in an age-discrimination case. The high court will also hear arguments in an arbitration case later this week. Here are the key issues on the docket this term that may shape workplace policies and practices. Read More

EEOC sues restaurant chain for failing to hire male servers

Questions and Answers with Nathan Whatley, labor and employment attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More

Tight labor market mandates review of restrictive covenant agreements

Questions and Answers with Brandon D. Kemp, associate attorney, Ogletree Deakins Read More

Labor Department issues six new opinions and establishes Office of Compliance Initiatives

Questions and Answers with Derek Ensminger, assistant general counsel of labor and employment for Sonic Drive-In and an adjunct professor of employment law at Oklahoma City University School of Law Read More

Growing environment breeds new risks, emerging trends in business litigation

Questions and Answers with Gerald L Jackson, attorney with Crowe and Dunlevy Read More

Employers should abandon '100 percent healed' return-to-work policies

Questions and Answers with Charlie Plumb, labor and employment attorney with McAfee and Taft Read More

If confirmed, Judge Kavanaugh likely to lean toward employer side of arguments

Questions and Answers with Adam Childers, Labor and Employment Attorney with Crowe & Dunlevy. Read More

Recent lawsuit highlights unique considerations in hiring individuals with intellectual disabilities

Questions and Answers with Philip Bruce, a labor and employment attorney with McAfee & Taft Read More