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Titus Hillis Reynolds Love | Tulsa, Oklahoma Attorneys

Titus Hillis Reynolds Love is rated AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review by Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest peer-review rating a law firm can receive for legal knowledge and ethical practices. Our firm was repeatedly named to the "Best Law Firms in America," including the 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Report, in multiple practice areas. Our attorneys have achieved many other awards for individual achievements.

Titus Hillis provides comprehensive trial, litigation, transactional, and legal consulting services. Our firm has the experience, knowledge, and dedication to provide superior legal services in a cost-efficient and timely manner. Our attorneys represent international, national, and regional businesses.

Our clients do not all see the world in the same way. Some are risk averse and want to explore quick and inexpensive solutions at an early juncture. Others want to vigorously litigate claims through trial and beyond. We believe you deserve an outstanding attorney that will achieve YOUR goals and objectives, and we have the expertise to attain them.

We encourage you to learn more about our practice areas and attorneys. Please contact us to discuss how our team may be of service to you.

Recent News

Aug
22
On July 19, 2017, Kimberly Lambert Love obtained summary judgment on behalf of a large aerospace client in the Northern District of Oklahoma.  Plaintiff alleged that she was terminated based on  gender and age discrimination and that she was denied… Read More
Jan
23
Jim Love is representing a family whose confidential medical information was illegally posted on the website maintained by the Maryland Board of Physicians.  The family represented by Mr. Love sued the Board, the Board members and staff alleging a c… Read More

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Recent Articles

Recently, in Tucker v. Mercy Tishomingo Hospital Corporation, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals considered an issue related to the scope of releases commonly given by plaintiffs in settlement agreements for employment-related lawsuits.[1]  The case… Read More
Read the full article, “EEOC Takes the Lead in Challenging Sexual Orientation Discrimination,” by co-author Mary L. Lohrke in The Oklahoma Bar Journal, Vol. 88, No. 2, January 2017. Read More

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