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§ 9-1504. Sanctions And Enforcement.

If a court of appropriate jurisdiction finds that an employer has intentionally failed to provide written notification of its intention to close or relocate its operations at least sixty days prior to such action as provided by Section 9-1502, the court may enjoin the employer from carrying out such action until the employer has given proper notice or has otherwise complied with the requirements of this ordinance. If prior to the commencement of a civil action to enforce Section 9-1502, as provided by this Section, an employer has closed or relocated its operations in violation of this ordinance [Chapter], the court shall award to each affected employee as damages an amount equal to the average daily wage of the employee times the number of days (not including non-working days) short of sixty days in which notice has not been provided by the employer.

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