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Dan Graves, Chad McLain, and Rachel Gusman

Graves McLain Attorneys Selected as 2019 Super Lawyers

Graves McLain is proud to share that three of its own have been selected as Oklahoma Super Lawyers for 2019. Super Lawyers selects outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have been highly recognized by their peers and have attained a high level of professional achievement. The process takes into consideration peer nominations […]

October 8th, 2019 Read More
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New Oklahoma Vehicle Registration Law in Effect

Recently, a new Oklahoma state law went into effect which permits drivers to keep their license plate even after they sell their vehicles, but requires all drivers to carry their registration in their vehicles at all times. Registration Process The process for registering a new vehicle is different dependent upon whether you are purchasing the […]

September 9th, 2019 Read More
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Another Successful Graves McLain Backpack Program for 2019

Last month, the attorneys at Graves McLain were thrilled to be able to provide over 3000 students with free backpacks. 2019 is the fourth year of the program, and each year the program has been able to expand to assist more and more students. The program began with one Tulsa-area school. This year students in […]

September 3rd, 2019 Read More
Attorney Rachel Gusman

Attorney Rachel Gusman Selected as Chair of the Minority Caucus for AAJ

Graves McLain is proud to announce that one of its distinguished junior partners, Rachel Gusman, Esq., has been selected by her peers to serve as the Chair of the Minority Caucus of the American Association for Justice (AAJ). For almost three decades, the Minority Caucus has continued to recommend and develop educational opportunities, networking programs, […]

August 21st, 2019 Read More
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Powerful Weather Systems Damage Much of Oklahoma

In the past two weeks, a series of powerful weather systems have caused significant damage to many parts of Oklahoma. Bringing with them heavy rain, strong winds, and tornados, these systems have threatened many locations around our home state—disrupting the lives of thousands of the citizens we have pledged to serve. As residents and involved […]

May 30th, 2019 Read More
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Scientists Link Brain Injuries to Specific Brain Protein

Researchers examining the brain tissue of deceased National Football League (NFL) players have linked abnormal levels of a specific brain protein to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). CTE was first discovered in the brain tissue of deceased NFL players 15 years ago. CTE is a degenerative brain disease—a type of traumatic brain injury commonly associated with […]

May 20th, 2019 Read More
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Opioid Maker Settles $270 Million Oklahoma Lawsuit

Purdue, manufacturer of the controversial opioid OxyContin, settled a lawsuit brought by the Oklahoma Attorney General for $270 million. A detailed article on the nature of the landmark settlement is available here. A suit filed by Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter against Purdue Pharma alleged the drug manufacturer—through aggressive marketing of OxyContin—fueled the opioid crisis […]

April 23rd, 2019 Read More
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FDA Recalls Irbesartan Over Potential Cancer Risk

Another manufacturer has issued recalls for Irbesartan after the frequently prescribed blood-pressure medication tested positive for a probable human carcinogen. A detailed article examining the latest in a series of recalls is available here. According to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a pharmaceutical manufacturer has recalled multiple lots of Irbesartan. These drugs, […]

April 15th, 2019 Read More