Legal Articles & Updates
Securing your firm or business before (and if) an employee betrays you by Tom Vincent and Gavin W. Manes
Sheppard F. Miers, Jr. shares the 2017 Oklahoma Tax and Fee Legislation
Federal Tax Reform and the Oklahoma Income Tax by Sheppard F. Miers, Jr.
Oklahoma Tax Commission 2017 Proposed Rules Changes by Sheppard F. Miers, Jr.
Dealing with New IRS Qualification Requirements for Pension, Profit Sharing and 401(k) Plans by Sheppard F. Miers, Jr.
The Inter Vivos Branch of the Worthier Title Doctrine By Joseph W. Morris
Removing Barriers to Telehealth in Oklahoma: Increasing Access to Care and Improving Health Outcomes Across the State by Samuel P. Clancy
Estate Planning for Family Businesses by Sheppard F. Miers, Jr.
The IRS has published very important new guidance on assuring employer sponsored pension and profit sharing plans qualify for tax exemption
A Summary of some of the Oklahoma Tax Law Changes by Sheppard F. Miers, Jr.
Internet Sales to Oklahomans Will Now be Subject to New Sales Tax Requirements
U.S. Department of Labor’s New Overtime Rules Announced
Update Your Employee Termination Review Checklist: Oklahoma Supreme Court Significantly Expanded the Burk Public Policy Tort Claim
Importance of Considering the Internet and “Digital Assets” in Estate Planning by Sheppard F. Miers, Jr. and Sara E. Barry
Sheppard F. Miers, Jr., gives an update of Oklahoma Tax Commission 2016 Proposed Administrative Rules Changes
Win for Wind on Taxes: Federal Income Tax Wind Farm Production Credit Extended for 2015 through 2019 by Sheppard F. Miers, Jr. and James M. Scears
Sheppard F. Miers, Jr. Authors Oklahoma Chapter of The Property Tax Deskbook
Client Alert: Reminders for Public Companies on Cybersecurity by Tom C. Vincent, II
Tenth Circuit Addresses ERISA Limitations Provision in Class Action Decision by Renee DeMoss
Oklahoma Tax Commission Voluntary Compliance Initiative Tax Amnesty Program article by Sheppard F. Miers, Jr.
Sheppard F. Miers, Jr., Gives Update on Major Changes in IRS Qualified Retirement Plan Determination Letter Procedure Announced.
Sheppard F. Miers, Jr., gives an update of 2015 Oklahoma Tax Legislation.
Employer Found to Have Violated Consent Decree; Ordered to Pay EEOC’s Attorney Fees by Erin Dailey
Sheppard F. Miers, Jr., gives an update of the Oklahoma Tax Commission 2015 rules.
Is Compensation Owed for All Employer-Required Activities? by Leslie L. Lynch
Tom Vincent discusses compliance services available to banks that belong to the Community Bankers Association of Oklahoma
Accommodation of Sincerely Held Religious Beliefs by Leslie L. Lynch
JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE… by Jeff Curran
Gavel to Gavel: Creative compliance editorial by Tom Vincent in The Journal Record
Are You Sure It’s ERISA? By Renee DeMoss
Recent Changes to the Oklahoma Uniform Jury Instructions—Civil (Second) by Ron Ricketts.
Are you covered when an Employee Breaks Bad?
Employment Law Posters to be Displayed in the Workplace – Some New and Some Old by Leslie Lynch
IA Statement Income Tax Allocation Update.
Employers: You Can Manage the Affordable Care Act Without Cutting Employees’ Hours By David McKinney
Oklahoma Capital Gains Deduction Upheld by Oklahoma Supreme Court.
2014 Oklahoma Products Liability Reform Protects Sellers Significantly. Manufacturers Receive Less Relief.
Oklahoma Government Bodies May Not Consider Race, Sex, Ethnicity Or National Origin In Employment, Contracting, Or School Admissions. Article by Adam Doverspike.
Proposed Family And Medical Leave Enhancement Act Would Have Large Impact On Employers by Erin Dailey
Oklahoma Income Tax Reduction Ruled Unconstitutional by Sheppard “Mike” Miers, Jr.
EEOC strikes out in Criminal Background and Credit Check Litigation.
Will the Supreme Court Change the Law on Limitations?
Does Someone Else Own the Oil, Gas and Mineral Rights Under Your Home? By Stephen Schuller.
The Social Media Merry Go Round by Timothy Carney.
Recent Supreme Court Decisions Could Prove Favorable For Oklahoma Business Climate.
Tort Reform in Oklahoma? AGAIN?? by Attorney Jeff Curran.
The Fundamentals of Initial Public Offerings.
New Non-Solicitation Statutory Amendment To Go Into Effect November 1, 2013. By Erin Dailey
Ron Ricketts Discusses Judicial Review of Arbitration Awards
Supreme Court Delivers Victory To Employers, But Dissent Calls Upon Congress To Act by Erin Dailey
Top 10 Considerations for Oil and Gas Asset Transfers
Oklahoma Supreme Court Strikes Down Tort Reform
PPACA/HIPAA Wellness Programs and Rewards Final Regulations Issued
Amending the Oklahoma model Tribal Gaming Compact
Taxpayer Appeal Rights Expanded in Oklahoma
Oklahoma Banks: Your Loan Officer May Not Be Exempt Under the FLSA.
Arbitration Clauses~Who Decides their Validity?
Non-Compete Agreements Must Be Narrowly Drafted.
Cost to reinstate discrimination plaintiff can establish amount in controversy for removal based on diversity.
FTC Announces Revised 2013 Thresholds for HSR Notification
Federal Appeals Court Interprets Section 16(b)’s Short-Swing Profits Rule Not Applicable to Trades Between Different Types of Equity Securities
Oklahoma Supreme Court Addresses Misrepresentation Statute.