Doerner Saunders Welcomes Employment Law Attorney Christopher S. Thrutchley to Tulsa Office

05.01.12

On Monday, May 7, Chris Thrutchley will join our employment law group. With almost 20 years of experience, Chris will be a valuable resource for our clients.

A strong advocate of preventative employment law counsel, Chris provides training for managers and employees, as well as compliance audits of employment policies, procedures and practices. On a client-by-client basis, Chris develops Employee Handbooks and a host of other tools that address HR needs, to include designing and implementing an intranet-based, interactive Supervisor's Guide to HR Policies and Procedures with accompanying HR forms.

Chris is a frequent lecturer and author on labor and employment law topics. He is rated AV® PreeminentTM, the highest rating awarded to attorneys for legal ability and professional ethics by the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating System. Chris has been certified by the Human Resources Certification Institute as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and is a former director of human resources for one of Tulsa's largest unionized employers. He has served in several leadership positions for the Tulsa Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinators' Association and the Tulsa Area Human Resources Association. He also is a former chairperson of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Labor and Employment Law Section and is a former director of the OBA Young Lawyers Division.

You may reach Chris at cthrutchley@dsda.com or at 918-591-5224.

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