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Bradford Hammock Named Office Managing Principal of Jackson Lewis’ Washington, D.C. Region Office

RESTON, VA (March 20, 2017) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce Bradford T. Hammock has been named Washington, D.C. Region Office Managing Principal. Mr. Hammock succeeds John M. Remy, who led the office since 2007 and has chosen to step down to focus his energy on his growing litigation practice.

“John was instrumental in the expansion and success of our Washington, D.C. Region office, which more than doubled in both headcount and revenue during his tenure as Office Managing Principal,” said Firm Chairman Vincent A. Cino. “We are grateful for his energy and total devotion to the office.”

“Brad has demonstrated his leadership qualities through his many years as Leader of the firm’s Workplace Safety and Health Practice Group,” added Mr. Cino. “He is well-known as a skilled attorney and client advocate, and a clear choice for this position.  We look forward to seeing how he will continue to grow the Washington, D.C. Region office.”

Mr. Hammock’s national practice focuses on all aspects of occupational safety and health law. In particular, he provides invaluable assistance to employers in a preventive practice: (1) conducting full-scale safety and health compliance audits; (2) reviewing and revising corporate safety and health policies; and (3) conducting manager and supervisor training on employee safety and health. Mr. Hammock works closely with employers to help them understand and implement safety and health management systems.

In addition, Mr. Hammock represents employers throughout OSHA rulemaking proceedings, including OSHA’s informal public hearings on proposed rules. He also defends employers against OSHA enforcement actions. For an employer that is the target of an OSHA inspection, Mr. Hammock offers representation from the start of the inspection through settlement or litigation.

Mr. Hammock is a popular guest speaker and lecturer on OSHA issues. He has published numerous articles on occupational safety and health law and is the editor of the firm’s “OSHA Law Blog,” which provides insight and commentary on safety and health issues in the workplace.

Jackson Lewis’ Washington, D.C. Region office can be reached at (703) 483-8300.

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About Jackson Lewis

Jackson Lewis P.C. is a law firm with more than 800 attorneys in major cities nationwide serving clients across a wide range of practices and industries.  Having built its reputation on providing premier workplace law representation to management, the firm has grown to include leading practices in the areas of government relations, health care and sports law.  The firm’s commitment to client service, depth of expertise and innovation draws clients to Jackson Lewis for excellent value-driven legal advice.

Additional information about the firm can be found at jacksonlewis.com.

 

For more information, please contact:

Lara Hamm, Director of Communications and Public Relations T: (267) 319-7803 / E: Lara.Hamm@jacksonlewis.com

 

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