Bryan Sullivan was recently quoted in Wendy Lee’s Los Angeles Times article ”’I am part of the collateral damage’: Trump’s TikTok battle creates nightmare for some tech workers.” In the article Wendy discusses some of the problems facing workers for the social media company, and how the recent Executive Orders can impact potential employees.
“Accepting employment with a company is a transaction with that company, so this individual could violate Trump’s order by starting employment with TikTok,” said Bryan Sullivan, a partner with law firm Early Sullivan Wright Gizer & McRae.
He added that H-1B workers with start dates after Sept. 20 could also be at risk. “When your visa is tied to your employment, it creates even bigger issues and immigration authorities may take a hard line against H-1B workers.”
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‘I am part of the collateral damage’: Trump’s TikTok battle creates nightmare for some tech workers