Sherwood McCormick & Robert Sponsor Parkside By Your Side Charity Run
Parkside Psychiatric Hospital hosts By Your Side 5k & 1-Mile Dog Walk & Fun Charity Run annually to support Tulsans with mental health and socioeconomic struggles.
Sherwood McCormick, & Robert Recognized in 2022 Super Lawyers
This year, Sherwood McCormick, & Robert is pleased to congratulate four attorneys within our firm that were recognized by Super Lawyers, Ted Sherwood, Hugh M. Robert, Meredith Lindaman, and AJ Martinez.
Lawyers Fighting Hunger Hosts 13th Annual Easter Food Event
On Saturday April 16th, Lawyers Fighting Hunger hosted their 13th annual Easter food event. Lawyers Fighting Hunger is a 501c3 non-profit founded by Sherwood McCormick & Robert’s very own Hugh Robert.
Basics of Nonprofit Bylaws
If you decide to start a nonprofit, the first step you must take is writing your bylaws. Here's everything you must have in your bylaws, regardless of what type of nonprofit you are looking to start.
Rule Changes For Joint Employment Arrangements
The Fair Labor Standards Act sets out a set of standards for employers, and those standards may change depending on whether you are deemed a joint employer.
Sherwood, McCormick & Robert Helps Lawyers Fighting Hunger Feed 1000 Families in 2021 Event
583,570 people are currently facing hunger in Oklahoma. However, Lawyers Fighting Hunger ensured that 1,000 Tulsa families didn't face that this Thanksgiving. Lawyers Fighting Hunger started in 2009 when our very own Hugh M. Robert noticed that many non-profits had their funding cut right before Thanksgiving.
Oklahoma Eliminates Healthcare Power of Attorney
The power of attorney for healthcare is being eliminated under a new law that replaces the Uniform Durable Power of Attorney act. What does that mean for your healthcare planning?
3 Benefits of an LLC vs. C-Corp for Startup Businesses
Many startups default to using a C-Corp for their business structure, but is that always the right choice? Here's three reasons why you should consider choosing an LLC.
Estate planning can spare unnecessary heartache, stress, and legal costs
When someone doesn't have a will or estate plan, the estate goes through a process called “probate.” The courts then become responsible for distributing assets and settling debts. For large estates or complicated circumstances, this process can take years and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees.
Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage- Is It Really Necessary?
A new study shows that one in four drivers in Oklahoma are on the road and carry no liability insurance (the highest number of uninsured in the Country.) Over half the drivers in Oklahoma either have no insurance or the bare minimum coverage. While the legislature is passing laws that have stiff penalties for not carrying insurance, it is not going to help get your medical bills or lost wages.
Special Rules for Falls that Happen at Casinos
Injuries that take place at a casino require claims to be filed in tribal court and have many special rules about pursuing the claim.
Simple Steps to Avoid Probate
What are the three most common assets in an estate? Generally, a house, car(s), and bank account(s). With all three of these assets, there are ways to transfer them upon death without the need to open a probate.
Planning Ahead: Advanced Directives
An advance directive, also known as a Living Will, is a document that informs healthcare providers as to the type of treatment you wish to receive for various end-of-life situations that render you unable to make treatment decisions.
Oklahoma Uninsured Motorists
Did you know that Oklahoma is the #1 state in the country for uninsured motorists? In 2012, 25.9% of Oklahoman drivers were uninsured. However, there is another problem surfacing in Oklahoma that causes concern for those drivers who are properly insured.