Dan Graves, Chad McLain, and Rachel Gusman group photo

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…

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Chad McLain on Good Day Tulsa

On Tuesday, September 24th, Attorney Chad McLain of Graves McLain appeared on KTUL’s Good Day Tulsa program to discuss cyberbullying, and how parents can recognize and address the problem, should their children be targeted. Watch the segment: Cyberbullying is bullying that occurs on digital devices, such as cell phones, computers, and tablets. It commonly takes…

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kid with backpack smiling and giving thumbs up

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…

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Attorney Rachel Gusman

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,…

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Chad McLain and Jermaine Watkins on Good Day Tulsa

On Tuesday, August 6th, Attorney Chad McLain of Graves McLain appeared on KTUL’s Good Day Tulsa program to discuss the 2019 Graves McLain Backpack Program. Jermaine Watkins, a Climate & Culture/Academic Engagement Teacher with Tulsa Public Schools, joined Chad to talk about how the program positively impacts the students. Watch the video: Graves McLain began…

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Monsanto sign in front of their building

In the third verdict to conclude that Roundup® Weed Killer causes cancer, a jury in Alameda County, California has ordered Monsanto—the product’s manufacturer—to pay $2 billion to a Northern California couple suffering from Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. A detailed article on this landmark verdict is available here. The Verdict The jury ordered Monsanto, acquired last year by…

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Flooded Tulsa street in residential area

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…

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Chad McLain on Good Day Tulsa

Attorney Chad McLain of Graves McLain visited KTUL’s Good Day Tulsa on May 23rd to discuss May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. He addressed both state and national accident figures and offered advice to keep riders safe. Watch the segment:     Troubling Statistics According to 2016 statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration…

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