When legal secretary Karla Osolin used to work at Jones Day, she was paid a salary and overtime.

That’s what caused red flags to go up when she took a job in September 2008 with Ohio intellectual property boutique Turocy & Watson. Now the firm faces a suit alleging wage-and-hour violations and stands accused of misclassifying Osolin and many others to avoid paying overtime.

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