GableGotwals In The News
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
Lauren and Brandon Oldham featured in article on African American housing in Tulsa
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 attorneys Chris Thrutchley and Lauren Oldham 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
OSHA Rule Impacts Drug, Alcohol Testing by Lauren Oldham
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
GableGotwals Attorney, David Keglovits, now Chamber Counsel
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
GableGotwals Raises Funds for Youth Services for Oklahoma County
GableGotwals Announces New Associates
Interview with Lewis LeNaire on how shifting water courses may affect property rights
The Legal Development of Indian Gaming in Oklahoma Since 1988 by Graydon Dean Luthey
New law, regulator settlement impact confidential information by Chris Thrutchley
GableGotwals Offers Employment Seminar
OBA Journal: 2016 Oklahoma Tax Legislation By Sheppard F. Miers, Jr.
Tulsa World Business Viewpoint with Tom Vincent: Early investments can pay off in protecting company information
Retail Protection Act to affect internet sales article by Sheppard F. Miers Jr.
Attorney Craig Marshall Regens joins GableGotwals
Ellen Adams, Attorney Mom of Special Needs Child Chooses Law, Motherhood
Jeff Curran Discusses how Copyrights, Patents, and Trademarks need to be Afforded Protection with the Oklahoman
GableGotwals Announces Summer Associates
Amy Stipe Among Top Women in Litigation
Dean Luthey Comments on Possible Sports Betting in Oklahoma through Indian Gaming
DRI Magazine Highlights Jeff Curran for his Recent Unanimous Defense Verdict
Dean Luthey discusses an arbitration award on tribal i-gaming with non-US players in the World Online Gaming Law Report
Gavel to Gavel: Add a Box to your Termination Checklist by Chris Thrutchley
Craig Fitzgerald Discusses Unmanned Aircraft Regulations with The Oklahoman
GableGotwals Voted Best of the Best for Oklahoma Law Firms in Oklahoma Magazine
Judge Joseph Morris Featured in Washburn School of Law Alumni Magazine
GableGotwals to Host Employment Law Webinar
Tulsa Attorney Named to National Arbitration Panel
Firm Welcomes Nick Merkley
Sheppard Miers, Jr. and Sara Barry Discuss Digital Assets with the Journal Record
GableGotwals Employee Knows Importance of Making Time for Exercise
Paula Williams Discusses New Department of Labor Regulations with Journal Record
Chris Thrutchley, labor and employment attorney, explains what a severe weather policy should include in a Q&A in the Oklahoman
GableGotwals attorney Jake Krattiger discusses with the Journal Record how anticipatory repudiation could help protect businesses from the financial damage of a potential contractual breach
Paula Williams analyzes a recent National Labor Relations Board ruling regarding company social media policies and protected actions under NLRB rules and regulations.
Oklahoma Magazine Names GableGotwals attorney Adam Doverspike amongst the 2016 40 under 40 class
Adam Doverspike Picked for 2016 Tulsa Legal and Business News 40 Under 40
GableGotwals Sponsors Most Admired CEO’s Event
Gavel to Gavel: Tax-refund fraud – a growing problem by James M. Scears
SEX, POLITICS AND RELIGION: How Employers Can Weather the Perfect Storm by Chris Thrutchley
GableGotwals is Offering a Free Employment Law Webinar for Human Resource Professionals
GableGotwals Announces Two New Shareholders
Oliver Howard and his Daughter, Amber Howard Cornelius, bring their Legal Talents to Tulsa Lawyers for Children as a Father-Daughter Duo.
Tom Vincent Explains Social Media Pitfalls and Practicalities in this Gavel to Gavel Column from the Journal Record
Perspective: What Will Be the Defining Cybersecurity Issues In 2016? Interview with Tom C. Vincent II
Four new shareholders have been named at the GableGotwals Law Firm
Diana Vermeire and Tom Vincent analyze the European Union Court of Justice’s Safe Harbor ruling in Sunday’s Tulsa World Business Viewpoint
Diana Vermeire details Oklahoma’s Security Breach Notification Act in the Journal Record
Sheppard F. Miers, Jr. discusses the high court ruling requiring added notice for tax-auction property with the Oklahoman
Greater Tulsa Reporter announces Super Lawyers in Bixby and Jenks
Catoosa Attorneys honored by Super Lawyers
Local Edmond Attorneys Named 2015 Super Lawyers, Rising Stars
David McKinney, attorney and author, recently published “Aaron the Aardvark Gets Antsy,” a children’s picture book
Law Firm Supports Youth Services
Tom C. Vincent II talks with the Tulsa World about Cybersecurity Law
Greg Metcalfe discusses with the Edmond Sun how he knew he wanted to be a lawyer but was unsure what field of specialty he would pursue as a career
Law Firm Now Has Cybersecurity Program
Renee DeMoss Receives Award at OBA Annual Meeting
GableGotwals Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers
Craig Fitzgerald Named Fellow by the Litigation Counsel of America
Erin Dailey explains trade secrets and outlines steps companies can take to protect their valuable information
Pickryl and Scears Join GableGotwals
GableGotwals Adds Two Associates
Gable Gotwals offers Employment Law Seminar
GableGotwals Offers Employment Seminar
The Oklahoman talks with Renee DeMoss regarding ERISA
James M. Sturdivant Discusses being Inducted into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers
Sara Barry Discusses How Preparation is the Most Important Component of an Estate Plan
Terry Ragsdale Discusses Career Change Made as Oil Prices Drop
The Employee’s Role in Cybersecurity: Know, Then Do By Tom C. Vincent II
Tom C. Vincent II Says Proper Management Can Help Businesses Fill Cybersecurity Gaps in The Journal Record Article
Shareholder Greg Metcalfe Named by the Business Times to its 21 Leaders for the Twenty-First Century
Oklahoma County Bar Association Profiles in Professionalism: Sid Dunagan (by Amy Stipe)
James M. Sturdivant Inducted Into International Academy of Trial Lawyers
Erin Dailey of GableGotwals talks with the Journal record about ways businesses can protect trade secrets and compete fairly.
Adam Doverspike of GableGotwals selected for Leadership Tulsa Class 54.
Melissa Bogle talks with the Oklahoman about how GableGotwals works on accommodating employees who are temporarily disabled.
Diana Vermeire discusses how employees can help protect company data in the Journal Record.
Steven Heinen discusses SB313 which allows Oklahoma residents to register to vote electronically. The new law becomes effective Nov. 1, 2015.
GableGotwals shareholder John Dale Chairs WALTZ on the Wild Side gala.
Rob Carlson, Kristin Pebsworth, Barbara Moschovidis, Wes Pebsworth and Tina Soin of GableGotwals participated in the “bed-to-bed” Hospitality House fundraiser race.
Shareholder Sid Dunagan is featured in an Oklahoman executive Q&A.
GableGotwals named as 2015 A-List winner during Tulsa People Reader’s Choice survey.
Eric King discusses how landowners could profit from pore space in Journal Record.
New energy law balances authority between cities and the state. Q&A with Terry Ragsdale.
Michael Lambert discusses how Federal courts have little leeway to review EEOC dispute resolution process.
Eric King Demonstrates Expertise in the Oil and Gas Industries.
Terry Ragsdale plays down fracking risks in talk at OSU Energy Conference.
David Hunt discusses oil and gas title examination basics in the new University of Oklahoma College of Law journal dedicated to the energy sector.
GableGotwals attorney Tom Vincent II says a proactive data security plan can reduce the likelihood and costs of a data breach.
Jake Krattiger of GableGotwals explains how companies can expand on the texting ban just passed in Oklahoma.
David McKinney discusses recent changes to Oklahoma’s power of attorney law with The Oklahoman.
Dean Luthey and Terry Ragsdale to Speak at OSU Energy Conference.
Tammy Barrett and Terry Ragsdale break down the truth about fracking in a Tulsa World Business Viewpoint.
Jeff Curran talks with the Oklahoman about a state law to protect businesses and individuals who offer shelter during severe storms.
Sheppard F. Miers, Jr. discusses crowdfunding in the Journal Record.
Sheppard F. Miers, Jr. recaps 2014 Oklahoma tax legislation.
Tom C. Vincent II, a former bank compliance officer, addresses mortgages and a borrower’s ability to repay with the Journal Record.
Cooper, Brklacich join GableGotwals
Attorney Leasa Stewart Delivers a Healthy Dose of Laughter in Sooner Theatre Production
Journal Record and GableGotwals honor Most Admired CEOs
GableGotwals attorney Tom C. Vincent II discusses small business data security in the Oklahoman Business Q&A.
Jim Sturdivant, a GableGotwals Shareholder and former member of the Judicial Nominating Commission, makes the case for judicial reform in the Tulsa World.
OBA changing of the guard.
Four attorneys join GableGotwals including Steve Adams, John Russell, Jay Walters and Ryan Pitman.
GableGotwals sponsors Freeze Your Face off event.
Oklahoma Bar Association to induct new officers.
GableGotwals adds five shareholders.
Employers should heed FLSA rules.