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4th Circuit Finds That Payment Of Wages And Benefits For 60 Days After Termination Satisfies WARN Act

Published by on November 9, 2007

The Fourth Circuit held in Long v Dunlop Sports Group Americas, Inc., (4th Cir. Oct. 29, 2007), an employer who failed to give employees 60 days’ advance notice of a plant shutdown but continued to pay full wages and benefits to most workers for 60 days after the shutdown satisfied the WARN Act. Related

The Fourth Circuit held in Long v Dunlop Sports Group Americas, Inc., (4th Cir. Oct. 29, 2007), an employer who failed to give employees 60 days’ advance notice of a plant shutdown but continued to pay full wages and benefits to most workers for 60 days after the shutdown satisfied the WARN Act.

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