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Oklahoma Votes to Legalize Medical Marijuana, But Federal Regulations Will Complicate Banking

Posted on August 7, 2018, Banking Law

In June of 2018, Oklahoma voters went to the polls and voted ‘yes’ on State Question 788. Better known as Oklahoma’s medical marijuana legalization initiative, this ballot question passed by a considerable margin. Voters approved the legalization of medical marijuana by a margin of 57 percent to 43 percent. However, as Oklahoma joins a long […]

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How Telecommuting Affects Employment Law

Posted on August 18, 2016, Employment Defense Litigation

Telecommuting increased close to 80 percent just between 2005 and 2012. An estimated 30 million people now report working from home at least once per week. Recently, App Developer Magazine featured an interesting article on how dynamics in the workplace change. There are more people telecommuting, which changes employment law. Including how it relates to […]

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An employee is filing a discrimination claim against her boss.

Posted on April 10, 2015

An employee is filing a discrimination claim against her boss.As a boss, you already know the pressure and the stress of running your company. It is a daily battle to make deadlines, achieve goals, motivate employees and provide income for them to feed their families. It may seem hopeless when one of your employees files […]

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