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Riggan Law Firm Files Collective Action Overtime Lawsuit on Behalf of Telephone Sales Representatives
Riggan Law Firm Files Collective Action Overtime Lawsuit on Behalf of Telephone Sales Representatives

On June 28, 2013, Riggan Law Firm, LLC , a St. Louis employment law firm, filed a collective action lawsuit on behalf of a group of its clients against St. Louis-based Directory Publishing Solutions, Inc. ("DPS") and its owner, Paul Dufour, to recover damages for the ...

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