Lindsey Management Facing Numerous Overtime Lawsuits

Lindsey Management Facing Numerous Overtime Lawsuits
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Lindsey Management Co. of Fayetteville, the largest apartment property manager in Arkansas, is dealing with several federal lawsuits from employees who allege they weren't paid overtime.
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