They may be close to parking the “Busload of Lawyers.” That was the moniker given to Oklahoma v. Tyson Foods filed in the federal District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma in 2005, a mere 18 years ago.

Then Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmonson on June 13, 2005, sued

Continue Reading The long-running case of Oklahoma v. Tyson goes to mediation before a retired federal judge

It’s been almost 16 years since the State of Oklahoma sued most of the nation’s poultry industry-led Tyson Foods for environmental damages to its most popular waters for $1.6 billion. Oklahoma wanted monetary damages and injunctive relief against the poultry producers it blamed for storing and disposing of hundreds of
Continue Reading Oklahoma v. Tyson, the Bus Loads of Lawyers case, going on 16 years