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Tulsa Employment Litigation Attorney

Employees working in Oklahoma are protected by many employment laws, if your rights are violated, Keith & Associates Legal, PLLC is here to help you.

Many employers fail to comply with their legal obligations to employees. Employer misconduct may involve discriminating against or harassing certain workers who belong to protected classes or failing to pay employees according to minimum wage and overtime laws. In some cases, employers may unlawfully retaliate against employees who have complained about their mistreatment. 

We represent employees with the following types of claims:

  • Sexual Harassment

  • Sex or Gender Discrimination

  • Race Discrimination

  • Disability Discrimination

  • Discrimination because of Age

  • Sexual Orientation Discrimination

  • Retaliation and Wrongful Termination

  • Wage, Hour and Overtime Claims


We also review severance and other employment agreements for executives, managers and professionals. We will arbitrate and litigate breach of non-compete or confidentiality clauses in employment contracts. 


How do you know if you have a workplace discrimination legal claim? Unfortunately, workplace discrimination is often difficult to spot. Very rarely does an employer admit to taking an action for discriminatory reasons.

The most common goal in a discrimination case is to establish a pattern of behaviors or to provide evidence of an institutional bias. You can discuss your situation with our lawyers, outline your workplace issues or concerns, and we will explain what we feel are your best options. If we feel you have the basis for filing a discrimination claim, we will work tirelessly to obtain the award or settlement that you deserve.


If you have suffered discrimination in the workplace, it is important to come forward and tell your story. To protect your rights, contact Keith & Associates Legal, PLLC, meet with our team and set up a free consultation about the incident.

Give us a call at 918-574-8500 or schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss your case with one of our experienced attorneys.

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