Posts in Workplace Discrimination
Identifying Retaliation Tactics as a Whistleblower

A whistleblower is someone who reports a person or organization’s illegal action to an internal or external source. Ideally, an employee should be able to report illegal or immoral activities without facing retaliatory consequences. In fact, government and corporate entities often rely on whistleblowers to provide information that exposes hidden corruption and unethical practices.

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How is a whistleblower protected in Oklahoma?

Oklahomans have likely heard the term "whistleblower" in a few different contexts. There are those that expose government corruption or incompetence, and those that report criminal activity of the wealthy and powerful. In this blog, we are going to talk about whistleblowers in the context of employment and the problem of wrongful termination.

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Race is not the only form of workplace discrimination

When Oklahoma residents hear the word "discrimination," it is likely that the first image that comes to mind is racial bias. This is understandable, given the history of the United States, as well as the current difficulties the country faces with regard to race relations. In the context of the law, however, experienced employment attorneys are well aware that other forms of discrimination exist.

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