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A New York judge's ruling that Fox Searchlight interns are entitled to be paid for their work should "serve as a warning" to employers seeking free labor under the umbrella of unpaid internships, one of the plaintiffs who worked as on the film "Black Swan" said on Wednesday. "This decision should serve as a warning to employers across the country," Eric Glatt said in a statement issued by Outten & Golden Llp, the law firm representing the plaintiffs. "You cannot simply slap the term 'intern' on a job description and think that »

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