436 F.3d 906 (2006)

Charles T. WILSON; Caryless Vondran; Willie Ferell; Onixe Anderson; Dallas W. Watlington; Tommy Humphrey; Neartis Clark; Alvin Smith, Jr.; Tommie Outley; Billy Fleming; Lloyd A. Nichols; Gary R. Thomas; Alvin Smith; Jimmy L. Dooley; Kenneth Rogers; William Dawson; Samuel J. Cullum; Thomas Anthony; Corey Amos; Bobby Hedrick; Charles Busby; Larry Foster; Danny Doler; Percy Graham; Cora L. Jamison; Robert Thorn, Jr.; Jessie Hawkins; Curtis Bradley, Jr.; Donald Barger; Almos Andrews; Jesse Lee Ferrell; Eddie Lee Hodger; Leodis Seawood; Roy Lee Coleman; Larvan Hawkins; Steven Dearing; Tracy Hill; Jeffery Wright; John Brooks Jones; Clarence Treat; Saundra House; Kevin Lawrence; Aaron Barton; Odis L. Barton; Manuel Sanchez, Jr.; Stanley Barton; Evelyn Burgess; Bennie Wilson; Kristi McCain; Leo Deaviser; Ronald McFadden; Kendle Williams; Willie K. Ponder; George Robert Lawrence; Elmo Hilliard; Sammie Sinclair; Charlie L. Huckaba; Calvin Smith; Recorder Henderson; Huester Barton; Ruby Hall; Michael Stanley Norviel; Lewis E. Cook; Isacc Rogers; Carlton Hoggard; Robert Nelson; Lincoln Taylor, Jr.; Terry L. Gardner; Willie White; Walter L. Taylor; Barbara K. Dye: Troy Sparkmon; Paul Roger Clardy; Lester Taggart; Andy Anderson; Daron Sparkman; Lee A. Henderson; Jermaine Davis; Charles A. Hughes; Donald Strong; James Nobles; Floyd Stokes; Clyde V. Clark; Richard Thornton; Ronnie C. McShan; James E. Fingers; Donald R. Hall; Billy J. Jones, Appellees/Cross-Appellants, v. AIRTHERM PRODUCTS, INC., Appellant/Cross-Appellee.

United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

Filed: February 3, 2006.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Michael B. Wallace, argued, Jackson, Mississippi (M. Nan Alessandra and David M. Korn, New Orleans, Louisiana, on the brief), for appellant.

Pamela Dean Walker, Little Rock, Arkansas (James E. Nickels, North Little Rock, Arkansas, on the brief), for appellee.

Before MURPHY, BOWMAN, and GRUENDER, Circuit Judges.

BOWMAN, Circuit Judge.

Former employees of Airtherm Products, Inc. (API) sued API for failing to notify them of a plant closing as required by the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN Act), 29 U.S.C. §§ 2101-09 (2000), before API sold its business to Airtherm LLC (ALLC). Concluding that API violated the WARN Act by terminating its employees' employment without guaranteeing that ALLC would hire the employees after the sale was concluded...

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