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Lytle & Barszcz obtains certification of national class of Analysts for unpaid overtime against Hartford.

Hartford employees who signed arbitration agreements still have their overtime claims.

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Hartford National Overtime Actions

You must act quickly! Under the Fair Labor Standards Act an employee may seek damages for unpaid overtime for a period of up to three years; however, the first day of the “lookback” period is not set until you file an “Opt-In” notice with the federal court, stating your intent to be a part of the national class.

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Hartford Overtime Arbitrations

Any Hartford employee, whether they have signed an arbitration agreement or not, may still seek to recover unpaid overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act. If you have signed an arbitration agreement it simply means that you will need to pursue your rights through arbitration, as opposed to through the federal court action.

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