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Bradford Hammock Comments on Ann Rosenthal's Retirement as the DOL’s Top Occupational Safety Attorney

Bradford Hammock comments on Ann Rosenthal retiring from the Department of Labor’s Office of the Solicitor where she has spent 40 years handling worker safety and health cases in "Labor Solicitor Wraps Four Decades of Defending Worker Safety," published by Bloomberg BNA.

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