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By Pittsburgh The Tribune-Review
Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Two former salespeople claim in a federal lawsuit filed Monday that Howard Hanna Mortgage Services failed to pay them overtime even though they regularly worked more than 40 hours per week.

Christopher Klein of Monroeville and Carrie Cohen, whose address is given as Gibsonia in the lawsuit, claim the Fox Chapel company violated state and federal wage laws and are asking that the case be converted into a class-action lawsuit on behalf of all current and former salespeople. Their lawyer couldn't be reached today for comment.

A company spokesperson also couldn't be reached today for comment.

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