No Overtime for Contract Lawyers, Quinn Emanuel Argues

, The Am Law Daily


Lawyers for Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan and legal staffing agency Providus argued in Manhattan federal district court Tuesday that a contract attorney who did a document review stint for the Am Law 100 firm functioned as a lawyer and was not entitled to overtime pay—and should therefore have a suit he filed claiming otherwise dismissed.

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  • 002013_16_25_44_GNE

    "while working as a lawyer"

  • Enzo Benzina

    What a scum of a lawyer trying to milk the system. Every idiot once he passes the bar exam knows he is not entitled to overtime as a lawyer, while working as a lawyer.

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