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Judge Rules For Infosys In Whistleblower Case

August 20, 2012 On the day that whistleblower Jack "Jay" Palmer Jr.'s lawsuit against Infosys was originally scheduled to go to trial, the judge has ruled in the Indian IT...

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Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Is NAFTA On Steroids

CWAers, Sierra Club members and activists from Citizens Trade Campaign will be taking a stand in Leesburg, Va., on Sunday, Sept. 9, during the next round of negotiations for the Tr...

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Infosys Faces New Visa Fraud Allegation

The Indian offshoring giant Infosys ran a "full-throated campaign of retaliation" against employees to deter them from cooperating with federal authorities investigating visa fraud...

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Stop Butchering The Facts In Palmer Case By: Don Tennant

When I broke the news on July 4 that U.S. District Court Judge Myron Thompson, the federal judge hearing Jay Palmer’s whistleblower lawsuit against Infosys, had ordered the partie...

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Infosys Versus Jack Palmer: US Judge Orders Mediation

BANGALORE: The US Federal Judge has ordered IT major Infosys and Jack Palmer, the infosys employee who accused the firm of a visa fraud in the US to meet and settle their disputes ...

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Primetime Political Special On Immigration Politics and Policy

The provocative topic of U.S. immigration policy is the focus of the second election year special hosted by CNN’s and TIME’s Fareed Zakaria for CNN/U.S. and CNN International. Z...

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Nine Charged In New Jersey In Alleged Foreign Student Visa Fraud

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 5, 2012 NEWARK, N.J. – Federal agents today arrested eight of nine people charged for their alleged participation in a widespread foreign...

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Get Used To A Life Of Layoffs-By: Norman Matloff

The tech job market is excellent for younger workers, but many of those who are laid off and over 35 will find the market less welcoming. They're perceived as too expensive. The HP...

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How Record Immigration Levels Robbed American High-Tech Workers of $10 Trillion

By Gene A. Nelson, Ph.D Published in The Social Contract Volume 22, Number 3 (Spring 2012) The unprecedented cost for college degree holders...

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Jay Palmer Claiming Visa Fraud Keeps His Job, but Not His Work

It has been 17 months since Jack B. Palmer first made a quiet complaint through internal channels at Infosys, the giant Indian outsourcing company he works for, saying he suspected...

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