So T. Rowe Price wants to sue the Government so that they can deny your child a future?

Just think.

They want your investment dollars.

Yet at the same time they deny your child the ability to build their own future simply because they would rather hire a non-immigrant guest worker on a H-1B instead of your child.

Happy Thursday everyone, and welcome to Labor of Law. Lawyers for gig companies are grappling with a stream of regulatory developments. Plus: Deloitte’s expanded its U.S. legal ambitions in an alliance with Epstein Becker. Janet Dhillon’s issued her first public statement as EEOC chairwoman. And T. Rowe Price is suing over an H-1B denial. Scroll down for Who Got the Work, and more. I’m Mike Scarcella in Washington and you can reach me at mscarcella@alm.com and on Twitter @MikeScarcella. Thanks for reading!

https://www.law.com/2019/05/16/labor-of-law-roller-coaster-two-weeks-for-gig-companies-thats-chairwoman-dhillon-now-h-1b-litigation-deloitte-expands-us-legal-ambitions/?slreturn=20190416132354

Don’t believe there use of the H-1B is denying your child the opportunity to be all that they can be?

This chart shows who is getting the jobs when we compare Native Born Americans and Foreign Born Workers.

Click to zoom in
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