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GableGotwals In The News

2019

Gavel to Gavel: OIG improves health care provider transparency by Philip Hixon and Andrew Polly

2018

GableGotwals named in Oklahoma Magazine 2018 Great Companies to work for

Q&A with Jeff Haughey- Confidential agreements typically valid 2 to 5 years

Q&A with Sheppard Miers- Tax Cuts & Jobs Act brings important choices for businesses

Biometrics becoming valuable tool to employers by David Limekiller

Gavel to Gavel: Loans to health care providers not always easy by David Limekiller

2018 legislative changes to Oklahoma tax law by Mike Miers and Brent Watson

Plains All American, Magellan Midstream and OMERS Infrastructure Announce Joint Ownership of BridgeTex Pipeline Company, LLC

Q&A with Sheppard Miers- State, local taxes can be imposed on internet sellers

Gavel to Gavel: What physicians need to know by Andrew R. Polly

Q&A with Chris Thrutchley: SCOTUS makes employment arbitration agreements epic

Gavel to Gavel: The value of translation by Stephanie Duran

Haughey, Hofland, White join GableGotwals

Limited English proficiency webinar set

Oklahoma Supreme Court rules insurer is owed millions

Q&A with Philip Hixon: Direct primary care practices expected to rise

Journal Record: Some would eliminate state’s other high court

Gavel to Gavel: Limit set on non-solicitation provisions by Philip D. Hixon

Q&A with Paula Williams: #MeToo movement must start with organization’s leaders

Gavel to Gavel: Efforts to reduce prescription opioid abuse

GableGotwals Alum, Patrick Wyrick, nominated by President Trump as candidate for District Judge on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma

Q&A with Paul Rossler: Companies make common intellectual property mistakes

Court hears gross production tax initiative challenges

Gavel to Gavel: Data security starts before hiring by Tom Vincent

Legal Perspective: Legally Managing Mental Health Disabilities in the Workplace

Legal Perspective: TC Heartland: Patent trolls lose Texas court venue advantage

Q&A with Samuel P. Clancy: Long-term care industry adds abuse through technology to definitions

Oklahoma Corporation Commission fee proposals get feedback from oil and gas industry representatives

Oklahoma Supreme Court hears ballot initiative complaints

OIPA challenges GPT petition

Legal Perspective: Fighting harassment in the workplace by Chris Thrutchley

Q&A with Paula Williams: Pregnancy-related claims remain EEOC priority

Paul Rossler: 6 intellectual property mistakes

Local attorneys on new tax law: ‘Everyone is going to get a good deal out of this’

Two years in Switzerland helped Tulsa attorney professionally

Legal Perspective with James Scears of GableGotwals: Great tax break if you can get it

Q&A with Linda King: Oil & gas attorney adds biblical Ph.D. to her lifelong learning vault

Professionalism as a moving target: The blurry line between “best” and “required” practices by Tom C. Vincent II

2017

EEOC Sees Increased Retaliation Allegations Against Employers by Meagen Burrows

Interview with Tom Vincent on data protection requiring certain policy, procedural and equipment considerations

TU law student Hope Forsyth among students honored by state bar association

GableGotwals adds shareholder, 2 associates/Journal Record

Jake Krattiger discusses how corporate board members and directors face potential personal liability with the Oklahoman

Workshops are offered for HR pros

Big changes from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid mean long-term care facilities must proactively manage new requirements by Philip D. Hixon

GableGotwals offers free disabilities webinar

Checking the Box is Not Enough According to Chris Thrutchley

Robert McCampbell and Jay Walters Successfully Obtain Declaratory Relief from the Oklahoma State Supreme Court in Cigarette Tax

New justice asks why $1.50 cigarette ‘fee’ shouldn’t be called a tax

The myriad of legal issues facing a new business can be daunting.  Attorney Michael Scoggins suggests a fixed-fee startup package to save money on legal costs.

Chris Thrutchley shares businesses should develop and implement antidiscrimination policies and procedures to protect employees from workplace harassment

Medical Records and Privacy by Philip D. Hixon

Federal tax reform could affect state tax determinations By Sheppard F. Miers

OSHA delays new online injury reporting requirement by Paula Williams

Re-establishing production after mechanical failures to save a lease by Ryan Pittman

GableGotwals honored by Chambers USA

Gavel to Gavel: Ellen Adams and Paula Williams say employers must be diligent in taking steps to adequately educate leaders about the legal obligations under the ADAAA, PDA and FMLA.

GableGotwals attorney Chris Thrutchley will help explain an employee’s rights in the workplace and help employers understand how to combat mental health discrimination against actual or perceived disabilities

Deborah Shallcross interviewed on how agencies need to collaborate to help end family violence

GableGotwals attorneys Ellen Adams and Paula Williams say much has happened in the last nine months regarding pregnancy law and the workplace

Tobacco Companies Sue State Over Cigarette Fee

The Continuing Attack on Tribal Sovereign Immunity at the Supreme Court by Dean Luthey

Gavel to Gavel: What to know about disaster relief funds by Craig M. Regens and G. Blaine Schwabe III

Former judge Joe Morris celebrates 95th birthday

Chris Thrutchley shares in the Oklahoman how employee training can help a business minimize liability in workplace harassment claims

Most Admired CEO’s Honored at GableGotwals Sponsored Event

Business Viewpoint with David Woodral: When seeking a patent, communication is key

Retail Industry Responds to “On-Call Scheduling” Complaints Q&A with Ellen Adams

The Employee’s Role in Cybersecurity: Know, Then Do by Tom Vincent

Patents harder to obtain now, attorney say

Dean Luthey Discusses How Tribes Economically Thriving 30 Years After Cabazon Decision

New update by Jeffrey A. Curran released for Expert Witness: Motor Vehicles and Accident Reconstruction Cases

Attorney shines in Sooner Theatre production

Robert McCampbell and Travis Jett “at the intersection of where government meets law”

Shareholder Robert Carlson breaks down the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s 2017 priorities letter

Former GableGotwals attorney tapped to serve on Oklahoma Supreme Court

Trade secrets now a federal case: article by Todd Nelson

Almost 70 years later, former judge Joe Morris still loves the law

First steps in buying or selling a business by Steven Heinen

Interview with Paula Williams on the Voluntary Employer Wellness Programs