Some slightly obscure, but very sweet language . . .

I have been representing a small business client who is dealing with an [completely baseless] OSHA Complaint. I just received notice that OSHA found “no reasonable cause to believe” the client violated the law! A nice win for the client, dealing with the government investigation machine can be tough. The entire paragraph from the Notice is included below:

I work with employers, mostly small businesses, who want to analyze, decide and protect their businesses. Being able to defeat an OSHA complaint is nice, but I also enjoy putting the policies and practice to do everything possible to prevent complaints and keep businesses running smoothly. I focus on the law so you can focus on your business.

If I can do anything to help you in your business, email me at or give me a call.

Question: In what areas do you think it is appropriate for the government to maintain tight regulations on businesses?

I would love to know your thoughts in the comments.

Posted by Shawn Roberts

On this blog, I write about and try to answer practical Oklahoma legal questions. My focus and most experience is in estate planning and business issues including Oklahoma non-compete law. I make a living as an attorney in the law firm I founded, Cazes Roberts, PLLC in Oklahoma City. I live in Edmond with wife Amy and my two children, Sam (17) and David (9). We live precisely in the path of where the "wind comes sweeping down the plains."