Tulsa, Oklahoma Administrative Law Attorneys with a National Practice Before State and Federal Agencies

Our administrative law attorneys regularly defend clients against OSHA charges and claims brought before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Oklahoma Department of Labor, United States Department of Labor, Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, the Office for Civil Rights, and numerous other local, state, and federal administrative agencies.

Titus Hillis also has a national practice defending physicians, dentists, nurses, and other healthcare providers against charges brought by state healthcare boards. Our attorneys attend medical and dental lectures at least six full days per year to stay current on the latest healthcare methods and technologies. Titus Hillis has litigated before state healthcare boards in at least fourteen different states, and has sued two state boards to address illegal policies and practices.

Noteworthy Representations

  • Defended a large corporate client against OSHA charges arising out of a workplace fatality in which the client was charged with the failure to develop, document, and utilize procedures for the control of potentially hazardous energy.
  • Prepared petitions on behalf of the IAOMT and others concerning the dangers of mercury amalgam fillings, presented the petitions to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and successfully forced the FDA to respond through litigation.
  • Represented dentists in Texas, Kansas, and California, convincing the state boards to drop all charges at the pre-hearing stage.
  • Obtained numerous “no cause” findings from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the former Oklahoma Human Rights Commission.
  • Successfully defended a medical provider against a HIPAA complaint brought before the Office for Civil Rights.
  • Defended numerous employers in protesting unemployment benefit claims filed by former employees before the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission.
  • Sued the Maryland Board of Physicians for privacy and federal civil rights violations following state board disciplinary proceedings again a physician and his son.
  • Defended a dentist against multiple charges, convincing the court on appeal to reverse the board findings.
  • Sued the North Carolina State Dental Board for its prosecution of dentists who speak candidly with their patients and the public concerning the dangers of mercury amalgam fillings.
  • Obtained favorable settlements for employers during wage and hour audits by the United States Department of Labor involving allegations of employee misclassification and failure to pay overtime wages.

For More Information About Our Administrative Law Practice

Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, our administrative law attorneys practice in state and federal agencies throughout much of the U.S. For additional information, we welcome you to contact Titus Hillis.