New Oklahoma Supreme Court Decision Declares Municipal Labor Law Unconstitutional


The Oklahoma Supreme Court decided on July 5, 2005, that a newly enacted municipal labor law violated the Oklahoma Constitution and invalidated the law in its entirety. City of Enid v. Public Employees Relations Board, 2005 OK 55. Two members of McAfee & Taft’s Labor and Employment practice group, Tony G. Puckett and Ronald T. Shinn Jr., successfully prosecuted the case on behalf of several Oklahoma cities.

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