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Raising Awareness: Tulsa Police Department Shares Resources for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about the prevalence of sexual violence and the importance of preventing it. In Tulsa, Oklahoma, the police department has taken steps to raise awareness about sexual…
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The Importance of Hiring Oklahoma City Sexual Harassment Lawyers in the Wake of the David Hooten Scandal

In January 2022, former Oklahoma County Clerk David Hooten resigned from his position after being accused of sexual harassment during a work trip. Hooten was also accused of spending taxpayer money on alcohol and gambling. Sexual harassment…
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University of Oklahoma Faces More Sexual Harassment Allegations

The University of Oklahoma is once again mired in controversy as fresh sexual harassment allegations have come to light. This time, the university's top lobbyist has been forced to resign after facing accusations of sexual assault. Further criminal…
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Oklahoma and Workplace Sexual Harassment

When Oklahoma became a state in 1907, its economy was built on petroleum drilling, and the workforce was primarily male. Over time, the state’s economy has diversified, and so has its workforce. The more diversified workforce introduced a…
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What are the two types of sexual harassment Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees against in Oklahoma?

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees against two types of sexual harassment and applies to private employers who have 15 or more employees working for them [Source: National Conference of State Legislatures]. Employees…