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Topic - Jeffrey Allen
A Chicago lawsuit is making its way through federal court that demands overtime be paid to the city's police officers who use of off-duty time to respond to work-related emails and calls.
Chicago police Sgt. Jeffrey Allen claims in the suit — that has now been given the green light to move forward as a class action — that the city owes him and fellow officers overtime pay for work performed on city-owned BlackBerry phones, Fox News reports.