Tag: Employment Law

Most Frequently Requested Legal Issues Explained

In almost two decades of questions from the public at large, I have determined the top five issues people have that compel them to contact an attorney, & created a video for each. 5. Injuries. The public at large is concerned as it should be about what to do if injured. The answer to this […]

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Personal Safety: Active Shooters

Advice from the OK City Police Department Tracy Cinocca recently attended a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Course during a Tulsa County Bar Family Law Business Meeting at the OSU Tulsa Center. The speakers were from the Oklahoma City Police Department and gave a presentation titled: Active Shooter, Personal Safety and Domestic Abuse Issues. This blog highlights some of the […]

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The Psychology of Litigation: Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

Going to court can bring out stress. People do not always behave their best and it is usually one of the worst periods in a person’s life. Whether your lawsuit is against a formerspouse, employer, business partner, or another, it is not unusual for the pressure to push someone into an uncharacteristic mental state. This […]

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What To Do If You Are Being Treated Unfairly at Work?

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT- What To Do If You Are Being Treated Unfairly at Work One of the biggest complaints I hear is when an employee is upset with their employment situation because they feel they are being singled out or are not being treated fairly in the workplace – typically by a supervisor or co-worker. This is especially intolerable to […]

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Employment Agreements Explained

Employment Agreements Explained Confusion tends to exist among people about what constitutes an agreement. An agreement does not necessarily have to be in writing. It can also be oral. However, in the employment context, most employment relationships are not based on a written contract. An employee can be hired and fired at-will for any reason […]

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