Medical Marijuana: An Action Plan for Employers
On June 26th, Oklahoma voters approved the legalization of medical marijuana by a 57% majority. The law, which is set
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Court: Disabled or not, worker must be able to perform essential job functions
The federal appeals court that covers Oklahoma recently ruled in favor of Walmart in a lawsuit filed by a disabled
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Next steps for Oklahoma employers as medical marijuana initiative passes
As a result of yesterday’s vote, Oklahoma became the 30th U.S. state to legalize the use of medical marijuana. As
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Religious accommodation need not be employee’s preferred accommodation
Just as employers have a legal duty to reasonably accommodate employees’ disabilities, they also have an obligation to reasonably accommodate
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Is your company’s website compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act?
A recent wave of lawsuits and demand letters alleging violations of the Americans with Disability Act has begun hitting businesses
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Non-compete, no-solicitation and confidentiality agreements
Employees today are more likely than ever to change jobs in search of better opportunities. Oftentimes, that change entails going
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Remarks and inconsistent stories fuel pregnancy discrimination claim
An employer’s shifting rationale for termination doomed it to facing a jury trial on a pregnancy discrimination claim in the
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US Supreme Court upholds arbitration agreements with class action waivers
Yesterday, Justice Gorsuch for the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion in Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis, together with
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Brandon Long elected president of SouthWest Benefits Association
Brandon Long, a shareholder and ERISA attorney with the law firm of McAfee & Taft, took over the reins as
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