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2nd Circuit

LABOR - The 2nd Circuit held that a staffing agency's refusal to pay overtime wages to nurses who worked for more than 40 hours a week violated federal labor laws. But the government failed to prove that Gotham Registry was in contempt for failing to comply with a consent judgment settling an earlier enforcement action, in which the agency agreed to treat nurses as employees and pay them overtime wages. See ruling.

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