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Labor secretary’s TRO motion denied in FLSA case (access required)

Where the secretary of labor moved to prohibit goods made by employees who weren’t paid lawful wages from entering the stream of commerce, but the company had already ceased the offending conduct and needed time to retain counsel, the secretary’s motion for a temporary restraining order, or TRO, was denied. Background The Secretary of Labor filed this ...