Tags: Secretary of Labor bs. Mize Granite Quarries Inc. Robert W. Mize III and Clayborn Lewis
When a mine operator does not get the relief sought during negotiations with attorneys representing the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) who are employed by a separate agency within the Department of Labor, the “Office of the Solicitor," or ...
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