Bradford Kelley, chief counsel to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Commissioner Keith Sonderling, has left the agency to join employment-law giant Littler Mendelson, a hire that enhances the firm’s artificial intelligence expertise at a time AI is being widely adopted by human resource departments.

Kelley, who will be a shareholder in Littler’s Washington, D.C. office, had been with the EEOC for nearly three years. Before that, he’d been a senior policy adviser at the U.S. Department of Labor for nearly two years.

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