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Family files Class Action Seeking Refund of Fees Paid to Oklahoma Colleges and Universities.

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

On May 22, 2020, Christopher Knox, father of a student at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, filed a class action lawsuit against the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, which coordinates and manages the 25 colleges and universities that make up the Oklahoma State System for Higher Education. The lawsuit is asking the… Read More »

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Court Finds That City of Tulsa’s Tax Increase on Hoteliers Violates Oklahoma Law and Potentially the Oklahoma Constitution

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

On January 15, 2020, a Tulsa County District Court declared the Tulsa Improvement District No. 1 (“TID”) violated Oklahoma law as a result of the City of Tulsa improperly and arbitrarily attempted to tax hotels with 110 rooms or more in violation of state law, which requires that hotel improvement district taxes of this… Read More »

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Can Medical Directives be Executed in Compliance with Social Distancing Guidelines?

By Gae Widdows |

Many of our clients are taking the time to evaluate their Durable Power of Attorney and Medical Directives while facing this COVID-19 pandemic. One question we hear with regularity, “Should I just wait until the shelter at home is lifted since I can’t sign my documents with the required legal formalities?” The answer is… Read More »

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Covid-19 Court Closings

By Gae Widdows |

On March 16, 2020, the Supreme Court of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals issued Joint Emergency Orders for all 77 Oklahoma County District Courts encouraging social distancing to protect Judges, Court Clerks, Court Employees and the public. Mandates which effected domestic, guardianship, probate and adoption dockets included suspending deadlines for 30… Read More »

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Small Business Interruption Loans Under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“Cares Act”)

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

A historic $2 trillion stimulus package was signed by President Trump Friday after being passed by Congress on March 27, 2020. Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, (known as the CARES Act) includes a $349 billion relief program for small businesses, available through the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) existing §7(a) Paycheck Protection Program…. Read More »

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