By TIM TALLEY Associated Press | Published: Tue, Apr 12, 2016
The Oklahoma Supreme Court voted 7-2 Tuesday to strike down portions of the guidelines for compensation of injured workers. The decision validates the permanent partial disability deferral provision of the 2013 statutes.
By Stephen Prescott, M.D. | Updated: Sat, Apr 9, 2016
Dr. Stephen Prescott, president of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, looks at research dealing with how wealth disparity correlates to a trend that is perhaps even more disturbing: a growing health gap.
By Brianna Bailey Business Writer email@example.com | Updated: Thu, Apr 7, 2016
Former Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer has prevailed in a lawsuit that claimed he benefited from a Ponzi scheme tied to former Georgia coach Jim Donnan.
On Wednesday, a U.S. District Court judge in Georgia entered a judgment in favor of Switzer in a lawsuit filed by a trustee tasked with liquidating Donnan's bankruptcy estate.
As explained in a statement released through Switzer's attorney on Thursday, Donnan filed for bankruptcy after it was discovered that GLC, Ltd., a company Donnan had invested in, operated a Ponzi scheme. Before the Ponzi scheme was discovered, Donnan helped obtain a $250,000 loan for the company from a company owned by Switzer.
Donnan personally guaranteed the loan, but GLC defaulted