Tag Archives: immigration law

Cutting of H-1B Employees’ Salary Costs Employer More Than a $1 Million

A recent decision from a federal court in Tennessee affirmed an administrative decision awarding more than $1 million in back pay to H-1B physician employees of several clinics owned by Mohan Kutty.  The decision is Kutty v. Department of Labor. Kutty is a physician who operated clinics in Tennessee and Florida.  He hired several foreign … Continue Reading

Southern Hospitality Welcomes E-Verify: Tennessee and Alabama Governors Sign Laws Mandating Use of E-Verify

  Tennessee and Alabama joined the growing list of states requiring certain employers within the state to use E-Verify when hiring new workers.  The Alabama law broad implications for individuals who are unlawfully present in the United States.  Below, we will highlight the aspects of the statutes that impact employers doing business in Tennessee and … Continue Reading
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