Friday, February 15, 2008

Tyson Foods Gains Summary Judgment in RICO Case

A federal judge threw out a long-running lawsuit under the federal racateering statute (RICO) claiming that Tyson Foods, Inc., the world's largest meat producer, hired undocumented immigrants to depress wages. U.S. District Judge Curtis L. Collier in an order Wednesday granted the Arkansas-based company's motion for a summary judgment.   For a story on the ruling, click here.  For a copy of the ruling, click  Download trollinger20213081.txt

KJ

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