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A big controversy surrounded over the sues  of NY Law Firm. A technical support worker has sued a Manhattan law firm concerning its claimed compensation policy. As he worked more than 40 hour a week. The suit was filled over Schulte Roth & Zabel in federal court by a nini year employee Keith Mckenzie.

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Tech-Support Worker Sues NY Law Firm, Says It Gave Comp Time Instead Paying OT, Violating FLSA



 

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