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Businesses not liable if customers injured on their properties during storms

Q&A with Jeffrey A. Curran - Q: Spring always brings a potential for severe weather in Oklahoma. Can a business be held liable if a customer is injured on its property during a storm? A: The Oklahoma...more

Just When You Thought It Was Safe…

A smattering of recent Oklahoma Supreme Court tort and insurance decisions - I know many of you may have thought the Court to be inactive these last many months when it comes to insurance and tort matters. Rest easy, –...more

2014 Oklahoma Products Liability Reform Protects Sellers Significantly. Manufacturers Receive Less Relief.

The Oklahoma legislature passed the products liability reform bill, HB 3365, by supermajorities in both chambers: 69-19 in the House and 34-8 in the Senate. Governor Fallin signed the bill into law May 2, 2014. ...more

Tort Reform in Oklahoma? Again??

In “The Godfather Part III”, Michael Corleone utters the famous line, “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” Similarly, the Oklahoma Legislature is at this very moment (the one that is taking place as I type,...more

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