Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act addresses workplace safety concerns for employers
Oklahoma took its second major step into the field of medical marijuana yesterday, as Governor Stitt signed into law the
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DOL proposes new increased salary thresholds for overtime exemptions
Yesterday, March 7, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Wage & Hour Division announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
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Municipalities and universities new targets in ADA website accessibility lawsuits
For years, private businesses have faced demand letters and litigation over the accessibility of their websites by individuals with disabilities,
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The Need for Speed: Ruling offers guidance for companies seeking injunctions to protect trade secrets
Customers, trade secrets, and proprietary information are the lifeblood of any company. For this reason, companies routinely have employees sign
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The truth about lie detectors in the workplace
When something goes missing from the workplace, it may be tempting to turn to every detective show’s favorite cliché, the
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What retaliation standard applies to employers?
Employee accusations of retaliation are some of the most dangerous claims to be levelled against employers. A recent appeals court
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On The Horizon: Greater enforcement of employment laws
Despite everything we’ve heard about deregulation, federal employment agencies ramped up their activity during 2018. And according to early indications,
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OSHA clarifies permissibility of post-accident drug testing, safety incentive programs
For years, employers assumed they were entitled to drug-test employees after they were injured or were involved in a workplace
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Employers must still use caution when using independent contractors
A new opinion from the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, Acosta v. Jani-King of Oklahoma, Inc., is a reminder that
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DOJ confirms websites are covered by ADA, but offers some flexibility to businesses in complying
Hundreds of recent lawsuits have claimed that companies must have websites that are accessible to disabled individuals. The idea is
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