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Jolene R. Rice |
After her graduation from Tulane, Ms. Rice served as clerk to the Honorable Clement J. Kennington with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Administrative Law Judges in Covington, Louisiana.
Scott J. Bradley | Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A.
Bradley was formerly a law clerk to Clement Kennington, Administrative Law Judge for the United States Department of Labor.
Creative Loafing Atlanta | NEWS & VIEWS | EPA WHISTLEBLOWER WINS BIG
Judge Clement J. Kennington described the EPA's behavior as reprehensible, ordering the agency to pay $225,000 in punitive damages and $50,000 in compensatory damages.His 100-page decision was issued on Sept. 27.
3. Erickson v. EPA & EPA ...
3. Erickson v. EPA & EPA OIG, 1999-CAA-2 (September 24, 2002 Recommended Decision and Order of the Honorable Clement Kennington, United States Department of Labor Administrative Law Judge).
Jeanne M. Bourque - Preis, Kraft & Roy, A.P.L.C.
United States Department of Labor, Office of Administrative Law Judges, Student Intern, Spring 1999; Attorney Advisor to Administrative Law Judge Clement Kennington, 1999-2001; Lafayette Volunteer Lawyers.