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Castillo v. Case Farms of Ohio, Inc.
Citation:96 F.Supp.2d 578 (1999).
Case Farms reached out to Termcorps to help with temporary staffing needs at its farm in Ohio. Termcorps, based in Texas, provided transportation and covered other travel expenses for a group of workers to travel to Ohio. This included temporary lodging in Ohio, as well as transportation to and from the lodging location. The workers encountered poor living conditions in Ohio, including cockroaches and rats in the living spaces. The spaces were extremely overcrowded, and the transportation to the farm did not even include seats for workers.
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