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Labor – Overtime Pay – FLSA – ‘Complaint Clause’ (access required)

A lab technician who alleges she was fired after she and other employees complained to the company COO that their supervisor was routinely altering timecards to delete overtime hours cannot state a claim under the “complaint clause” of the FLSA’a anti-retaliation provision, a Richmond U.S. District Court says. Relying principally on Ball v. Memphis Bar-B-Q Co., ...

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