Mark Roth, who was general counsel to the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) for 27 years, is coming out of retirement to serve as a union development specialist and senior counsel for the law firm of Tully Rinckey.
Roth retired from AFGE, after a total of 35 years, in January 2011.
Roth’s experience will help the firm “become a powerful ally of, and resource for, unions and their members across the country,” said Greg T. Rinckey, Tully Rinckey’s managing partner.
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