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12 nurses sue shuttered Albany company for back wages

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An Albany-based business is being sued by a dozen former employees who allege they weren’t paid all their wages, expenses and accrued vacation time before the company closed its doors earlier this year. Twelve nurses who worked for Care Support of America are suing the company in state Supreme Court in Albany County for alleged violations of state Labor Law. The company’s CEO, Richard Liebich of Stillwater, has other businesses and philanthropic organizations that also ...


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