The owner of a downtown Los Angeles sushi restaurant facing wage payment claims by two alleged undocumented workers has launched a novel counterattack by filing a class-action lawsuit against the California labor commissioner for defying federal immigration law. Masayoshi Kaji of Sushi Sharin argues that the commissioner's policy of providing undocumented workers with an administrative forum in which to litigate wage claims and awarding them wages violates the Immigration Reform and Control Act. His attorney believes the case is one of first impression.
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