Law360, June 6, 2016 - "The first individual in western Washington convicted of repeatedly and knowingly hiring workers who were in the U.S. without permission has been sentenced to a fine and probation in a Washington federal court. David Jones...
"The president of a Sierra Vista, Ariz., drywall and stucco company
pleaded guilty Friday to federal criminal charges resulting from a
probe by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland
Security Investigations (HSI) that...
"KDS is directed to pay penalties totalling $173,250.00."
USA v. Ketchikan Drywall Services, Inc., Aug. 11, 2011 .
"Recently, the Department of Justice, Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer
(OCAHO) published a precedent decision ( United States of America v.
Ketchikan Drywall Services, Inc. ) regarding liability for Form I-9
mistakes and omissions...
"The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division investigated Gem Interiors Inc. and found violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the H-2B temporary nonimmigrant visa program. The company agreed to pay $126,944 to 95 drywall installers...
"Today, we’ll wrap up our review of the Ketchikan case and provide some
takeaways for organizations that are ready to clean their I-9 house." - John Fay, Oct. 31, 2011 .