Oklahoma City Law Firm Of Brown & Gould


What Are The Main Types Of Business Fiduciary Duties?

Posted on October 24, 2022, Business Litigation Corporate Law

A Fiduciary is someone who acts on behalf of the company. That definition can be a little loose, but in general, directors and majority shareholders are considered to have fiduciary duties. To help expand this definition we look at the different types of fiduciary duties that Oklahoma City businesses may use.  Those include: 1. Duty […]

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What is Question 819, And How Does It Affect Potential Recreational Cannabis Use?

Posted on September 28, 2022, Cannabis

Question 819 is a ballot initiative submitted in 2022 for the November 2022 state elections. Question 819 seeks to legalize the use of recreational cannabis by creating a legal framework within and expanding the current cannabis law in Oklahoma. Question 819 is a radical change from the current cannabis law in OK. Below we discuss […]

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4 Instances When You Can Modify/Appeal A Child Support Order.

Posted on July 1, 2022, Child Support

Can you appeal or modify a child support order in Oklahoma? The answer to that question is yes, the State of Oklahoma allows for the modification or appeal of a child support order. However, there are certain instances where child support can legally be modified or appealed.  If you have a child support order in […]

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What Are 4 Types of Breach of Contract in Oklahoma?

Posted on May 1, 2022, Breach Of Contract

In order to have a breach of contract in Oklahoma City, you must first have a valid contract. Before we get into how a breach occurs, let’s first go over what a contract actually is in legal terms and the elements that constitute a contract. Without all five elements of a contract, the contract, whether […]

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When Does Delay Become Insurance Bad Faith?

Posted on April 6, 2022, Bad Faith Insurance Insurance Disputes

Your insurance company has an obligation to act in your best interests regarding coverage and paying out benefits. However, insurance companies are businesses, and they are also interested in making profits just like every other business. If there is an opportunity to deny coverage or pay out less in claims, they will often take it, […]

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The Two Types of Bad Faith Insurance Claims You Need to Know

Posted on March 20, 2022, Bad Faith Insurance Insurance Disputes

An insurance company engages in bad faith when they do not act in their insured’s best interests. As someone who pays insurance premiums, you expect that your insurance company will have your back when it comes to paying claims that you submit to it. You also expect that they will be reasonable about handling claims […]

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What Is a Bad Faith Insurance Claim?

Posted on March 6, 2022, Bad Faith Insurance

In 1977, the Oklahoma Supreme Court established that “an insurer has an implied duty to deal fairly and act in good faith with its insured and that the violation of this duty gives rise to an action in tort for which consequential and, in a proper case, punitive, damages may be sought.” Bad faith actions […]

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Business Litigation in Oklahoma and Texas

Posted on June 16, 2021, Business Litigation

The term business litigation refers to any legal challenges a business must respond to or initiates on its own. Whether the other party is a customer, competitor, or former business partner, hiring an experienced business litigation attorney to represent your interests is crucial to the outcome of your case. According to the United States Chamber […]

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The Oklahoma Insurance Department and Bad Faith Insurance Claims

Posted on May 5, 2021, Bad Faith Insurance

We rely heavily on insurance to pay out on claims for a variety of risks in our life—from medical bills to property damage. Insurance is designed to protect you from the unexpected when tragedy strikes. Every insurance company in Oklahoma is required to enter into an agreement with you and investigate your claim in good […]

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Commercial Leases and COVID-19: What You Need to Know

Posted on April 5, 2021, Uncategorized

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to close their doors, make arrangements for altered hours, comply with orders regarding social distancing, and a lot more. Changes are happening quickly, and every shift a business makes has wide-ranging effects, from its clients to its landlord. Every commercial rental agreement should be governed by a written lease […]

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Oklahoma City, OK 73103
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The Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, law office of Brown & Gould, PLLC, serves the nearby cities of Moore, Norman, Edmond, Nichols Hills, Midwest City, Del City, Yukon, Mustang, El Reno, Shawnee, Tulsa and other areas, including Oklahoma County, Cleveland County, Canadian County, McClain County, Pottawatomie County, Tulsa County, Logan County and throughout the state of Texas in the cities of Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso and Austin.