Several former Disney employees sued the entertainment giant, arguing that they were unlawfully replaced by foreign workers working on H-1B visas. HB-1 visas allow employers to hire nonimmigrant aliens as workers. The program helps employers find workers with particular business skills if qualified U.S. workers aren’t available. After Disney terminated over 300 employees, the former employees claim that Disney took advantage of the program by improperly hiring foreign workers. If Disney hired workers on H-1B visas, it must certify that hiring the H-1B worker will not adversely affect the employment of nonimmigrant workers and result in a direct displacement. The direct displacement window spans a 90-day period and, sadly  for Disney, the timing of the hirings and firings could prove as bad as the Hannah Montana movie.