Originally published by the Journal of Commerce in May 2019

Were crimes committed? Was the President saved by the inaction of his own staff?  Did he stay on the right side of the law? Was there obstruction of justice? These and other serious topics are the source for heated discussions around water coolers, at your

There are many ways employers may run afoul of the anti-discrimination provisions in U.S. immigration law.  As a very clear starting point, the general rule for a long time has been and remains an employer may not make hiring, firing, or recruitment / referral decisions based on a worker’s citizenship status. However, there are notable