Employer Ordered to Reinstate Employees Who Were Terminated Based Solely on the Employees' Failure to Resolve "No-Match" Letters


The Ninth Circuit ruled that receipt of a no-match letter, without more, is not ?constructive knowledge? that an employee is undocumented, reinstating and awarding backpay to 33 employees terminated for failure to resolve no-match letters.

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