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1996 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 10478 *
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS, Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, Defendant.
regulations, notice, employees, final rule, proposed rule, prevailing wage, court finds, temporary, rate of wages, promulgated, worksite, adequate notice, provisions, wages, ripe, nonimmigrant, calculate, Sections, arbitrary and capricious, parties, investigate, placement, actual wages, self-initiate, factors, argues, visa, allegations, statutory authority, agency's action
Immigration Law, Admission of Immigrants & Nonimmigrants, Visa Eligibility & Issuance, Issuance of Visas, Types of Immigrants, Employment Based Preferences, Priority Workers, Types of Nonimmigrant Status, Temporary Workers (H Visas), Administrative Law, Judicial Review, Reviewability, Ripeness, Civil Procedure, Justiciability, Ripeness, Tests for Ripeness, Environmental Law, Administrative Proceedings & Litigation, Judicial Review, Reviewable Agency Action, General Overview, Agency Rulemaking, Informal Rulemaking, Standards of Review, Unlawful Procedures, Separation of Powers, Legislative Controls, Pleadings, Amendment of Pleadings, Agency Adjudication, Presiding Officers, Administrative Law Judges, Exceeding Statutory Authority, Governments, Legislation, Statutory Remedies & Rights, Jurisdiction, Deference to Agency Statutory Interpretation, Interpretation, Business & Corporate Compliance, Wage & Hour Laws, Equal Pay, Federal & State Interrelationships, Labor & Employment Law, Statutory Application, Davis-Bacon Act, Administrative Proceedings, US Department of Labor Certification, Posting & Recordkeeping, Labor & Employment Law, Posting & Recordkeeping, Arbitrary & Capricious Standard of Review, Abuse of Discretion, Factual Determinations, Transportation Law, Commercial Vehicles, Traffic Regulation