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More Bad News for Fisker

Fisker Now Being Sued by Laid Off Workers

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted April 9, 2013 at 7:05PM

As if it wasn't enough that Fisker's about to go belly up, there's more bad news for Fisker.

Turns out, Fisker employees are now suing because they weren't given advanced warning about the lay offs. Believe it or not, this is a legitimate case, as a law dictates employees be given 60 days notice of coming layoffs. Interestingly, that law was passed by former President Ronald Reagan in 1988.

In any event, check out this clip from Start Varney where attorney Mark Lanier explains the case in more detail. . .

 



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