Steve Stemerman

Labor Negotiator, Davis Cowell and Bowe

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Labor negotiator and a partner with the San Francisco law firm of Davis, Cowell and Bowe; lead negotiator for the United Food and Commercial Workers, representing almost 60,000 Southern California supermarket workers in 2004

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