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Troutman Pepper | USA | 4 May 2022

Oklahoma Passes FCC-Like Maximum Pole Attachment Rate for Rural Electric Coops

On April 28, the governor of Oklahoma approved HB3835, setting a maximum pole attachment rate for rural electric cooperatives (Rural Coops) in the…
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Blank Rome LLP | USA | 21 Apr 2022

Court Holds Actual Extended Filing Date is Key in Determining Timeliness of Refund Claim

The Oklahoma Supreme Court held that a corporation's refund claim was timely because it was filed within three years from the filing of its original…
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Phelps Dunbar LLP | USA | 6 Apr 2022

Federal Court In Oklahoma Grants Summary Judgment For Insurer Following Coverage Dispute And Bad-Faith Litigation Addressing Claimant’s Status As An “Insured” Under Policy

A federal district court in Oklahoma rejected a property owner’s suit against an insurer for damage to its property because the owner was no longer a…
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Global, USA | 17 Mar 2022

US consumer privacy laws: a state-by-state analysis (March 2022)

A status update on US state privacy bills and laws as well as the implications for businesses operating in, or providing services to, the US.
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Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA) | USA | 18 Feb 2022

Oklahoma Proposed Autodialer Legislation Would Cause Litigation to Come Sweepin’ Down the Plain

Musical Theater was one of my favorite elective courses in high school, probably because a fair amount of the curriculum involved watching musicals…
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RPC | United Kingdom, USA | 10 Jan 2022

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In this chapter of our Annual Insurance Review 2022, we look at the main developments in 2021 and expected issues in 2022 for the USA…
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Phelps Dunbar LLP | USA | 3 Jan 2022

Oklahoma Supreme Court Holds Subsidence And Earth Movement Exclusion Excludes Coverage For Claims Stemming From Seismic Activity Caused By Insured’s Oil And Gas Operations

The Oklahoma Supreme Court held that no coverage exists for bodily injury and property damage resulting from seismic activity allegedly caused by oil…
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Phelps Dunbar LLP | USA | 3 Jan 2022

Federal Court In Oklahoma Held No Bad Faith Exists Where Insurer Had Insufficient Information With Which To Respond To Policy Limits Demand

Acting on a motion to reconsider, a federal court in Oklahoma conceded that it incorrectly analyzed an insured’s breach-of-contract and bad-faith…
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Crowell & Moring LLP | USA | 30 Nov 2021

California and Oklahoma Courts Say Drug Companies Aren't Liable Under a Public Nuisance Theory for the Opioid Epidemic

This month, pharmaceutical companies won significant victories in California and Oklahoma state courts in their ongoing battle with plaintiffs seeking…
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Seyfarth Shaw LLP | USA | 29 Nov 2021

Oklahoma Supreme Court Concludes Opioid Manufacturer J&J Cannot be Held Liable Under State’s Public Nuisance Law

On November 9, 2021, the Oklahoma Supreme Court in State ex rel. Hunter v. Johnson & Johnson, No. 118474, 2021 WL 5191372 (Okla., Nov. 9, 2021)…
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