Should they allowed to sue on grounds of unfair competition

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Consider the case of Mohawk Industries v. Williams, 465 F.3d 1277(11th Cir. 2006), where hourly workers accused the company of deliberately employing illegal immigrants in order to reduce labor costs, depress the wages of its legal workers and discourage workers' compensation claims.

Should workers who are citizens or legal residents be allowed to sue an employer who knowingly employs illegal workers?

What about competitors: Should they be allowed to sue on grounds of unfair competition?

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