NEW YORK — A district court judge has struck down Donna Karan International’s request to learn the immigration status of workers at a Manhattan contractor who claim they are owed back pay.
The decision handed down last week was part of a two-year-old legal battle in which five garment workers are suing DKI and the factory they worked at, Jen Chu Fashion Corp., with violating minimum wage and overtime laws.
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