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Avoiding Disputes After a…

Avoiding Disputes After a Settlement Conference or Mediation

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 h… Read More
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Successful Opinion from M…

Successful Opinion from Maryland’s Highest Court

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 com… Read More
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EEOC Takes the Lead in Ch…

EEOC Takes the Lead in Challenging Sexual Orientation Discrimination

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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Presentation at Federal B…

Presentation at Federal Bar Seminar

On December 28, 2016, Kimberly Lambert Love was a featured presenter on employment topics at the Tenth Circuit in Review sponsored by the newly created Northern/Eastern Oklahoma Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. Ms. Love regularly represents em… Read More
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OSHA Issues Guidance on D…

OSHA Issues Guidance on Discipline Policies, Incentive Programs, and Post-Accident Testing

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently published guidance explaining its new regulations and clarifying its position with regard to the new anti-retaliation provision. To be clear, the new anti-retaliation provision only re… Read More
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Federal Judge Blocks New…

Federal Judge Blocks New FLSA Overtime Rules

On November 22, 2016, a U.S. District Court Judge in the Eastern District of Texas issued an order granting a preliminary injunction in a case brought by twenty-one (21) states against the Department of Labor (“DOL”) seeking to stop the new Fair… Read More
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Oklahoma Supreme Court De…

Oklahoma Supreme Court Decides Two Informed Consent Issues in One Medical Malpractice Case

The Oklahoma Supreme Court recently decided two issues related to informed consent under Oklahoma medical malpractice law in the case of Allen v. Harrison, 2016 OK 44, 374 P.3d 812. Informed consent is a basic principle of medical treatment that phys… Read More
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Titus Hillis Named Among…

Titus Hillis Named Among "Best Law Firms in America" in U.S. News & World Report

Titus Hillis Reynolds Love is proud to have been named in the 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Report – Best Lawyers’ “Best Law Firms in America” for its following practice areas: Employment Law – Management Litigation – First Amendm… Read More
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Updates to Oklahoma Garni…

Updates to Oklahoma Garnishment Statutes Take Effect November 1, 2016

The Oklahoma legislature recently amended the garnishment statutes set forth in 12 O.S. § 1171 and 12 O.S. § 1190. These changes will take effect on November 1, 2016. The most noteworthy change is to general garnishments under 12 O.S. § 1173.3 to… Read More
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Oklahoma Super Lawyers Ho…

Oklahoma Super Lawyers Honors Titus Hillis Attorneys

Congratulations to R. Tom Hillis, Mary L. Lohrke, Kimberly Lambert Love, Barry G. Reynolds, and J Schaad Titus named as “Oklahoma Super Lawyers” for 2016. Also, Shannon P. Wheeler was named a 2016 “Oklahoma Rising Star.” Oklahoma Super Lawyer… Read More
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