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Brian Lewis, Susan Corcoran and Richard Greenberg Author "Massachusetts Adjusts Limits on Criminal History Inquiries"

  • April 24, 2018
  • From SHRM

Brian Lewis, Susan Corcoran and Richard Greenberg author "Massachusetts Adjusts Limits on Criminal History Inquiries," published by SHRM.

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Susan M. Corcoran

Susan M. Corcoran
Principal
New York Metro
White Plains

Richard I. Greenberg

Richard I. Greenberg
Principal
New York Metro
New York City

Brian E. Lewis

Brian E. Lewis
Principal
Boston

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