Archive for the 'Class Action – H-1B' Category

Class Certification Motion by H-1B Workers in Case Against Access Therapies, RN Staff et al

A class certification motion and brief were filed (link to the brief is here), by H-1B workers represented by the attorney-authors, with regard to the case against Access Therapies, Inc., and RN Staff Inc. d/b/a Rehability Care, and associated company representatives. Please contact attorney Michael Brown at 920-757-2488 if you have any information or questions about […]

Summary Judgment Motion by H-1B Workers in Case Against Access Therapies, RN Staff et al

A summary judgment motion and brief were filed (link to the brief is here), by H-1B workers represented by the attorney-authors, with regard to the  case against Access Therapies, Inc., and RN Staff Inc. d/b/a Rehability Care, and associated company representatives. Please contact attorney Michael Brown at 920-757-2488 if you have any information or questions about […]

Reply Brief for Witness Tampering Motion in H-1B Workers’ Case Against Access Therapies, RN Staff et al

A reply brief was filed (link to the reply brief is here), by H-1B workers represented by the attorney-authors, with regard to the Motion for Witness Tampering and Discovery Misconduct Sanctions in the workers’ case against Access Therapies, Inc., and RN Staff Inc. d/b/a Rehability Care, and associated company representatives. Please contact attorney Michael Brown […]

Filing of Plaintiffs’ Motion for Witness Tampering and Discovery Misconduct Sanctions in H-1B Workers’ Case Against Access Therapies, RN Staff et al

Recently, H-1B workers represented by the attorney-authors filed a Motion for Witness Tampering and Discovery Misconduct Sanctions in the workers’ case against Access Therapies, Inc., and RN Staff Inc. d/b/a Rehability Care, and associated company representatives. Please contact attorney Michael Brown at 920-757-2488 if you have any information or questions about the case. Scroll below if you’d […]

Indianapolis News Station Report About Our H-1B Worker Class Action Versus Access Therapies

An Indianapolis TV station, ABC-affiliate RTV6, recently released a published news report and video about a case the attorney-authors are working on, Panwar et. al. v. Access Therapies et. al. This federal class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of a proposed class of H-1B workers against Access Therapies, Inc., RN Staff Inc. d/b/a Rehability […]

J-1 Workers Have Rights Too; Students Awarded Back Pay After Filing Claims of Abusive Conditions

Exploitation of J-visa workers has popped up in the news again, with the Department of Labor reaching a settlement with three companies to pay $213,000 in back wages to foreign students who were hired for summer work in Pennsylvania at a Hershey’s Chocolate packing plant. The settlement resolves claims against the three companies for their […]

New Complaint Filed in Our H-1B Underpaid-Worker Class Action Against Access Therapies, RN Staff Inc. d/b/a Rehability Care

The attorney-authors have represented underpaid H-1B workers with a number of legal cases across the U.S., including a class action case pending in the Southern District of Indiana federal court. This federal class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of a proposed class of H-1B workers against Access Therapies, Inc., RN Staff Inc. d/b/a Rehability […]

End Clients With Blind Eyes?

The attorney-authors have represented many H-1B workers, some of whom have done project work for some of the biggest companies in the U.S.  Some things that seem remarkable to us: (1) the epidemic of H-1B workers across the country who are underpaid or not paid during benched time and are not paid, underpaid or have delayed payment, […]

Does Your H-1B Wage Loss Situation Have the Makings of a Class Action?

If you are an H-1B worker who has been underpaid or otherwise mistreated by an H-1B employer, you may be able bring your claims not only on your own behalf, but also on behalf of a class of similarly situated individuals.  The attorney-authors of this blog, along with our attorney colleagues at the excellent class-action […]