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May 22, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Appeal Filed in Apparel Manufacturing License Dispute: A south Los Angeles garment manufacturer that state officials threatened to shut down is staying open--at least pending a decision on an appeal filed by the company with the California Department of Industrial Relations. The appeal is largely intended to secure a new operating license that the state, for unspecified reasons, has refused to grant to the south L.A. firm, which is alternately known as Chums Casual, Chums Knitwear or Stephen K.
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May 22, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Appeal Filed in Apparel Manufacturing License Dispute: A south Los Angeles garment manufacturer that state officials threatened to shut down is staying open--at least pending a decision on an appeal filed by the company with the California Department of Industrial Relations. The appeal is largely intended to secure a new operating license that the state, for unspecified reasons, has refused to grant to the south L.A. firm, which is alternately known as Chums Casual, Chums Knitwear or Stephen K.
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May 21, 1996 | STUART SILVERSTEIN and GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In a new salvo against labor law abuses in the apparel-manufacturing industry, the Labor Department rebuked several major retailers Monday, including J.C. Penney Co. and Macy's, that have been selling merchandise produced at three alleged sweatshops. One of the three is a south Los Angeles knitwear firm--known alternately as Chums Casual, Chums Knitwear and Stephen K. Corp.--cited by the Labor Department on charges of violating minimum wage and overtime pay laws.
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