No-Match Reprieve Could Be Short-Lived

November 18, 2007 – In The News
Fast Casual

Fox partner Carolyn D. Richmond recently commented on the “no-match” letter reprieve and how it affects restaurants in the article, “No-Match Reprieve Could Be Short-Lived,” by Richard Slawsky. The article appeared in the November 18, 2007 edition of Fast Casual.

The article discusses a recent court decision to scrap a plan by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration to start sending no-match letters to employers in September 2007.

Said Richmond, the change “at least gives restaurant owners a brief reprieve.”

Read the full article.