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Anti-virus software maker must ward off wage & hour suit

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Add another big company to the list of those accused of shorting employees for overtime pay.

A sales representative who worked for anti-virus software publisher McAfee recently filed suit claiming it violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by failing to pay him overtime. Shawn Thomas, who worked for the company in Plano, sued McAfee and its CEO, David DeWalt, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.

Thomas filed a collective action seeking to represent a class of all current and former sales representatives who worked for McAfee in the three years preceding the suit.

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