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Horse Racing Co. Must Pay $1.6M For Labor, H-2B Violations

Law360 (May 23, 2019, 6:45 PM EDT) -- A New York thoroughbred horse racing trainer must part with over $1.6 million after the U.S. Department of Labor discovered that his company had underpaid 150 of its employees, including its migrant workers, in violation of federal labor laws and the H-2B visa program regulations, the DOL said Wednesday.

Chad C. Brown Inc., named for its owner, will pay $622,009.90 in back wages, damages and civil penalties under a May 13 consent judgment handed down in a New York federal court, plus more than $995,000 in back wages and penalties as part of a separate H-2B compliance agreement, according to the...

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April 3, 2019

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