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Offshore firm to pay $2.4M to settle H-1B wage case: Patni Computer Systems blamed an 'accounting error'

Date: June 7, 2007
Author: Patrick Thibodeau
QUOTE: Labor officials said that Patni failed to pay the prevailing wages due the employees between January 2004 and December 2005. The law requires H-1B employers to pay wages similar to what a U.S. worker would receive for the same kind of work.

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