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Partner
Law Firm Name:
Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez, P.C.
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  • Oil & Gas
  • Transactional
  • Transactional
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Associate
Law Firm Name:
Jennings Cook & Teague
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  • Product Liability
  • Product Liability Insurance
  • General Commercial Litigation
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Linda Kaufmann, an associate of the firm, focuses her practice on legal research, writing and analysis. Linda has over twenty years experience drafting pleadings, critical motions, trial briefs, appellate briefs, and memoranda on procedural and substantive issues arising in the firm’s practice areas of product liability, insurance defense, warranty litigation, bad faith litigation, employment litigation, commercial litigation, and general civil litigation.  Linda provides research and writing s
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Ryan Bisher Ryan Phillips & Simons
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Defective Products

Personal Injury

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Mike hails from a small western Oklahoma town, Cordell, where he graduated from a class of 53 students. Mike has both a biomedical degree and a law degree. In fact, he was one of the youngest students enrolled when he got his law degree from Tulsa University College of Law. Within six months, he passed both the Oklahoma Bar Exam and the South Carolina Bar in 1991. Mike focuses his practice on Personal Injury, Auto accidents, Defective Product Injury, and Insurance Bad Faith. Areas of Practice:
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Of Counsel
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Ryan Bisher Ryan Phillips & Simons
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Personal Injury

Workers' Compensation

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Patrick C. Ryan is "Of Counsel" to the law firm of Ryan Bisher Ryan Phillips & Simons.  He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1961 from Central State University and his Juris Doctor in 1969 from Oklahoma City University.  Mr. Ryan has served as General Counsel for the State Insurance Commissioner, Administrator of the Oklahoma Securities Dept. and Administrator of the Oklahoma Dept. of Consumer Affairs.  He is a member of the Oklahoma and American Bar Associations, t
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Ryan Bisher Ryan Phillips & Simons
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Employment Law

Labor Law

Workers' Compensation

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Charles Simons was born in Woodville, Texas in 1972. At age 10 his family moved to West Virginia due to his father's job.  He attended St. Mary's High School where he excelled in football and academics.  Charles worked evenings and weekends at a grocery store while in high school.  He graduated high school in 1991 and was awarded the Dinko scholarship to attend Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. During college, Charles returned home to St. Mary's each summer to work at the power
Between 2005 and 2010, access to EAPs among all workers in private industry ranged from 40 to 45 percent, and access to wellness programs ranged from 23 to 31 percent.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
The percentage of union workers with access to wellness programs ranged from 36 percent in 2005 to 41 percent in 2010. Meanwhile, access to wellness programs among nonunion workers in private industry ranged from 22 percent in 2005 to 30 percent in 2010. By contrast, 64 percent of union workers in private industry had access to EAPs in 2005 and 67 percent had access in 2010; among nonunion workers, access to EAPs ranged from 37 percent in 2005 to 43 percent in 2010.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Currently, 67 percent of union workers have access to EAPs, a significantly greater proportion than the 43 percent of nonunion workers who have this benefit. Also, 41 percent of union members have access to wellness programs, a greater proportion than the 30 percent of nonunion workers who have access to the benefit.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
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