We had a mediation scheduled today at 1:30 p.m. for a wrongful termination case here in Oklahoma City.  Opposing counsel gave me a call late afternoon yesterday to see if we could go ahead and reach a settlement.  We ended up reaching a compromise about 15...
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Today’s Washington Post has an article detailing a new law former-president George Bush signed near the end of his term.  The law “designates state inspectors and Medicare and Medicaid contractors as federal employees, a group usually shielded from...
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Last week’s Oklahoman ran the story, “Against tough odds, Oklahoma seeks uninsured solution.”  It details the account of an Oklahoma woman who was injured by an uninsured driver.  She still suffers from the medical bills and scars left from...
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This is almost always a non-issue.  With I-35 running through our great state, accidents with out-of-staters do happen. Example:  Someone from Texas rear-ends you here in Oklahoma City.  So, where can you bring a case against someone that doesn’t reside in...
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