Labor & Employment – RICO Claim – Illegal Alien Hires – Insufficient Predicate ActsWalters v. McMahen A group of hourly-wage employees at Perdue poultry processing plants have not stated a civil conspiracy claim under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act against the company with allegations that company personnel conspired to hire illegal aliens in order to depress wages paid to all hourly employees; the 4th Circuit says plaintiffs did not allege two RICO predicate acts to support their claim.
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Published: July 12, 2012
Time posted: 1:48 pm
Tags: Illegal Alien Hires, Insufficient Predicate Acts, Labor & Employment, RICO Claim