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H-1B Employer Found Liable for Substantial Back Wages After Failing to Notify USCIS of Termination

As we have advised in the past, a bona fide termination of an H-1B employee by an employer only occurs when the employer does all of the following: (1) gives notice of termination to the H-1B worker; (2) notifies U.S....more

DHS Halts Implementation of DACA Expansion and DAPA

by Mintz Levin on

The Obama administration announced on Tuesday, February 17th that it will comply with an injunction temporarily blocking its plan to shield millions of people who are in the United States illegally, suspending applications...more

Beware of H-1B Wage Law Violations: Company to be Debarred, Ordered to Pay Over $120,000 in Penalties and Back Pay for H-1B/LCA...

A recent case before the Office of Administrative Law Judges (ALJ) is a compelling reminder that violations of H-1B wage requirements can result in significant financial penalties and fines. Moreover, violations of H-1B...more

J-1 Interns and Trainees: What happened at Wyndham should stay at Wyndham

A recent Wall Street Journal article appeared about J-1 interns and trainees who had been placed at Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort for what appeared to be bona fide internships in hotel and restaurant management. The young...more

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Petitioner's Reply to Respondent's Opposition to CertiorariU.S. Supreme Court

by Rachel Zoghlin on

Petitioner's reply to the Solicitor General's Opposition to Certiorari. The Solicitor General challenged Petitioner's claim regarding the unconstitutionality of former 8 U.S.C. §1432 (a statute that discriminates based on...more

Despite Lawsuit, Immigration Enforcement Set to Resume in S.C.

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

Originally published in Midlands Biz November 1, 2011. Regardless of what happens with a recently filed lawsuit, state regulators plan to begin enforcement of employment law provisions that take effect New Year’s...more

Federal Appeals Court Blocks Parts Of Alabama Immigration Law

by Fisher Phillips on

On October 14, 2011, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit temporarily blocked two sections of the Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act, while it considers the merits of the U.S. government’s...more

Executive Labor Summary - July/August 2011

In this issue: Breaking news . . . Wilma Liebman’s term expires!; Employers must post notice explaining employees’ right to organize; Boeing trial not yet off the ground; Not all social media complaints about work are...more

Federal Judge Blocks Certain Provisions of Georgia Immigration Law

by Fisher Phillips on

On June 27, 2011, U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Thrash granted a temporary injunction on key parts of the Georgia Immigration law due to go into effect on July 1, 2011. The Judge ruled that the criminal provisions of the...more

Russian Law Review - *April - June 2010 By Maxima Consulting and Law

In This Issue: *The right to receive compensation for infringement of the right to judicial proceeding in reasonable time or right to judicial act execution in reasonable time. *The list of entrepreneurial activity...more

Fourth Circuit Refuses to Stay Implementation of Federal Contractor E-Verify Rule

by FordHarrison on

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has denied a motion to stay implementation of the federal contractor E-Verify rule pending resolution of challenges filed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and several business...more

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