by Doug Brown
Dawn Haney has worked at the North Olmsted location since 2009 and became an assistant manager two years ago. Her attorney filed a suit against the restaurant and its parent company, Warren-based Covelli Enterprises, on her behalf and for "others similarly situated" under the law. Haney, and others, were forced to work at least 45 hours per week without time-and-half overtime pay, which should have kicked in after 40 hours, it says. They seek a "trial by jury with the maximum number of jurors allowed by law."
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