Despite a string of defeats before trial judges, Howard W. Foster has doggedly pressed on with a type of litigation he pioneered: using RICO to target companies that allegedly hire undocumented workers to drive down wages. Foster's persistence may now be paying off, as federal courts have recently green-lighted a number of his suits against major corporations.
Forging a New Use for Civil RICO
The National Law Journal
July 9, 2004
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