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American Health Information Management Association An association of health information management professionals. AHIMA sponsors some HIPAA educational seminars.
American Hospital Association (aha) A national association that represents allopathic and osteopathic hospitals in the United States; based in Washington, D.C. with operational offices in Chicago.
American Institute Of Certified Public Accountants A national voluntary association of certified public accountants.
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Brier Law Firm PLLC
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A disciplined, results-oriented professional, Leslie K. Brier has nearly 30 years of experience in business, banking and finance. Together with her law degree, this expertise directly benefits the clients she serves.  Known for her outstanding leadership and communication skills, she connects easily with people from all walks of life.  She is focused on her clients’ needs, committed to achieving the best possible outcome under the law, and compassionate in all of her dealings.  Licensed Oklahom
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Kivell, Rayment & Francis, P.C.
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Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Foreclosures

Foreclosures

Consumer Real Estate

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Ms. Shannon D. Taylor received her B.S. from Oklahoma State University in 1991 and is a 2003 graduate of the University of Tulsa College of Law with Honor. Ms. Taylor is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association. Her association with the firm began in July of 2005. Her primary responsibilities with the firm consist of foreclosures.
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McAfee & Taft A Professional Corporation
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Gaming Law

Defective Products

Business Law

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Ellen Cordell's practice is concentrated on the resolution of complex business disputes with an emphasis in defending large-scale local, regional, national and international manufacturers, distributors and sellers in products liability litigation nationwide. Her clients include leading companies in the automotive industry. In addition to having direct responsibility for case management, Ellen has been involved in all aspects of litigation leading up to trial, including trial preparation. Her ex
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GableGotwals
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Order of the Curule Chair. Most Outstanding Student in the College of Law 2004. Tulsa Journal of Comparative and International Law. Law Clerk to the Hon. Sven E. Holmes, U.S. District Judge, Northern District of Oklahoma, 2004-2005.
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Write-On Competition Editor, Oklahoma Law Review, 2004-2005. Law Clerk to the Hon. Joe Heaton, U.S. District Judge, Western District of Oklahoma, 2005.
Of the nearly 2 million reports that received a CPS response, 90.3 percent received an investigation response and 9.7 percent received an alternative response. Of the 1,793,724 reports that received an investigation, 436,321 were substantiated; 24,976 were found to be indicated; and 1,262,118 were found to be unsubstantiated.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Administration for Children and Families
Of the 193,362 that received an alternative response, 184,510 were classified as only including children who were not considered to be victims of maltreatment, while 8,852 were classified as including a child in the report who was considered to be a victim of maltreatment. Fourteen States assigned reports to an alternative response as well as an investigation response.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Administration for Children and Families
A report source is defined as the category or role of the person who notified a CPS agency of the alleged child maltreatment. Report sources are grouped into the categories of professional, nonprofessional, and “other” and unknown.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Administration for Children and Families
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