By RYAN ABBOTT WASHINGTON (CN) - A man who was imprisoned and tortured by Iranian officials who accused him of spying for the U.S. will get more than $20 million in damages, a federal judge ruled. Nik Moradi sued the Islamic Republic of Iran ... Courthouse News Service, 3 weeks ago
A lawsuit brought by a union and several IT workers concerning the legality of the student visa work program known as Optional Practical Training (OPT) was given the go-ahead by federal district court Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle , following her denial ...National Law Review, 1 month ago Judge Greenlights Lawsuit Against Guest-Worker Program Expanded by Executive Amnesty Breitbart.com, 2 months ago Court okays IT worker lawsuit over student visa work program CIO Australia, 2 months ago Court OKs IT worker lawsuit over student visa work program InfoWorld, 2 months ago
This article originally appeared on watchdog.org . WASHINGTON, D.C.— In a ruling that could short-circuit one of President Obama's executive actions on immigration, a federal court has allowed U.S. tech workers to challenge extensions of ...Human Events Online, 1 month ago
Widowers in Reverse- Mortgage Case Win Fees By LORRAINE BAILEY (CN) - The widowed spouses of homeowners who tackled the U.S. government's reverse-mortgage policy deserve $293,000 in attorneys' fees, a federal judge ruled. Reverse mortgages ...Courthouse News Service, 1 month ago
Should your hospital start from scratch with its tech? Health workers: Toss your tech and cut your losses, says Hospitals & Health Networks Daily . That might seem painful or downright impossible due to the amount of time and money hospitals have ...Fierce CIO, 2 months ago
By JUNE WILLIAMS (CN) - Because it costs the tech industry less to hire foreign nationals, U.S. scientists upset over the competition can challenge a visa program, a federal judge ruled. The U.S. scientists at issue belong to the Washington ...Courthouse News Service, 2 months ago
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