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OAKLAND OFFICE LOSES 2 U.S. ATTORNEYS Two prosecutors with the U.S. attorney’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force are leaving the office to return to private practice. Sharon Bunzel and Rebecca Hardie both work in the Oakland branch of the Northern District U.S. attorney’s office. Bunzel, a Yale Law School graduate, is going into white-collar practice at O’Melveny & Myers, where she worked before becoming a prosecutor in 1999. “I had a great opportunity to return to O’Melveny to practice in an area I’m interested in. It was a good time for me to make the transition,” Bunzel said. She will be counsel at the firm and will work on a reduced schedule in order to spend more time with her family. Her last day is scheduled to be in January. Hardie is going to the in-house litigation section at PG&E, where she will do commercial litigation. Hardie has been a federal prosecutor for about eight years. A Hastings College of the Law graduate, she also worked in private practice at a couple of plaintiff firms and was a deputy district attorney in Marin County. Before joining the OCDETF, she was deputy chief of general crimes. Like Bunzel, she said it was “time to move on, take on new challenges.” Her last day is scheduled for the beginning of December. — Jeff Chorney

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