Workers Who Aren’t Paid On Time Because of Government Shut Down Can Sue For Damages

By James E. Murphy

If you feel that you have not been timely paid overtime compensation, either because of the partial government shutdown or for any other reason, you can contact the attorneys at Virginia & Ambinder LLP for a free consultation.

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