Broker Sued Over MEWA Placement

A Southern California employer sued its broker for negligence for placing the company in a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) that obtained workers’ comp coverage from the many times declared illegal CompOneUSA program run by the American Labor Alliance. “Plaintiff ended up with non-existent workers’ compensation coverage for at least six months and incurred hundreds of … Read More »

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Major Fines In Illegal MEWA Case

American Labor Alliance and its founder Marcus Asay are being fined $3.4 million for selling bogus workers’ comp “coverage” without a license in defiance of multiple cease and desist orders from the California Department of Insurance. But indications are that the very activities the Department deemed to be illegal and ordered stopped are continuing. Employers … Read More »

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Grand Jury Convened – FBI Raid on MEWA

EXCLUSIVE Grand Jury Convened – FBI Raids MEWA A here-to-fore undisclosed grand jury has been convened to investigate criminal charges against American Labor Alliance (ALA) and its officers. In addition, an FBI raid has been carried out on ALA headquarters, and evidence was seized. It is unknown precisely when indictments might be handed down, or … Read More »

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MEWA Cease & Desist Case Opens

The California Department of Insurance administrative hearing bureau will take a second-day of testimony today in American Labor Alliance’s (ALA) appeal of a CDI Cease and Desist order. CDI ordered ALA to stop selling its unlicensed CompOneUSA workers’ comp program to California employers. ALA is or was selling a replacement for workers’ comp under the … Read More »

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