Anti-Money-Laundering Investigators Are Entitled To Fair Overtime Pay

Partner Galvin Kennedy explains the rights of anti-money-laundering investigators or analysts who are not paid proper overtime wages. These employees work for banks and other financial institutions to ensure that their companies are complying with federal regulations to prevent money laundering. The Department of Labor has investigated some of these companies and has found that these employees are entitled to overtime pay. If you are an anti-money-laundering investigator and your employer is not paying you for overtime hours that you work, we may be able to help you get the wages you are owed for the past three years of overtime work. Contact Kennedy Hodges LLP at 713-523-0001 for more information about this case.