The Trump administration has turned over a list of the names of 746 people who were detained at airports following its executive order to restrict travel, but attorneys for plaintiffs challenging the order in a New York federal court say the list may not be complete.
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In this Special Report: "SEC Whistleblower Program Experiences Historic Year," "Where There's Smoke: N.Y. Companies Should Re-examine Marijuana Policies," "Increasing State and Local Government Activism Creates Compliance Minefield," "Workplace Analytics and the Law: What Today's Practitioner Needs to Know," "An Employment Policy Is Only Good if the Company Enforces It" and "Litigating Against a Former Employer for Additional Compensation."
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