While a lawsuit challenging President Obama's executive action has garnered headlines recently, another lawsuit that could negatively impact the labor supply and increase the cost of doing business for employers has largely managed to escape the ... JD Supra, 1 week ago
Washington, D.C., Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges in Massive Identity Theft and Tax Fraud Scheme
Admits Working with Others to Seek More Than $1.1 Million in Fraudulent Refunds A Washington, D.C., man pleaded guilty to various crimes committed in a far-reaching identity theft and tax fraud scheme in which he and others filed fraudulent ...PressReleasePoint, 1 month ago
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, 2 months ago
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