An Orange County, Calif., attorney thinks he’s devised a novel way to stymie employers of undocumented workers: Sue them under California’s Unfair Competition Law.

David Klehm said he will file up to 10 lawsuits in the coming months on behalf of business owners who accuse competitors of undercutting them by hiring illegal aliens willing to work for dirt-cheap wages and long hours with no overtime.

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