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Drug Testing by Private Employers in Oklahoma

An employer must adhere to the Oklahoma Statutes governing drug and alcohol testing or it may face civil liability for failing to do so. Private employers are not limited to which categories of employees can be tested; however, employers are only allowed to conduct a...

When the Client Isn’t Right

Business owners, more often than not, try to abide by the maxim: “The customer is always right.”  Abiding by that maxim, however, may land a business in the middle of a discrimination lawsuit filed by an employee. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits...

Is Your Non-Compete Agreement Enforceable?

Employers have a legitimate interest in protecting their business as much as possible in case employees leave the company with business and client information. As such, not surprisingly, non-compete agreements are becoming commonplace in employment relationships....

Premises Liability in Oklahoma

Premises Liability in Oklahoma Landowner Premises Liability                     “Premises liability” refers to the “liability . . . of the owner/occupier of the premises where [an] injury occurs.”  Thomas v. E-Z Mart Stores, Inc., 102 P.3d 133, 136 (Okla. 2004).  An...