In an effort to stamp out potential conflicts of interest, Justice Department officials want to collect the names of lawyers suing the department for overtime pay. But attorneys for the DOJ rank and file see a darker motive behind the move.

More than 8,000 DOJ lawyers — including about 75 percent of active Justice attorneys — have joined a class action in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

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