Some 12,000 current and former Justice Department lawyers seeking six years’ worth of overtime pay may be a little closer to their goal, depending on how you read a recent order by U.S Court of Federal Claims Judge Robert Hodges Jr.

The vague, one-page order was meant to address class certification in the suit, but it has instead triggered a fight between the DOJ and plaintiffs’ lawyers over its meaning.

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