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CA9 on FLSA, H-2A, Nevada: Rivera v. Peri & Sons Farms, Inc.

"In the face of regulatory ambiguity, the DOL’s determination that inbound travel and immigration expenses primarily benefit H-2A employers was reasonable. There is no reason to think that the DOL’s determination was not a product of its considered judgment. Although the DOL briefly...

CA10 on FLSA, H-2A, Quantum Meruit - Saenz Mencia v. Allred

Saenz Mencia v. Allred, Dec. 14, 2015 - "Mr. Saenz, a citizen of Peru, came to Utah to work for the Allreds’ sheep ranch. His work was authorized by an H-2A sheepherding visa, and he was paid the minimum wage for H-2A sheepherders: $750 per month plus food and lodging. He now claims this pay...