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'Shifting Priorities' Put $31M MTA Overtime Reforms 'At Risk'

New York Post

03 Dec 2021

The Morrison & Foerster team, led by Carrie Cohen, was featured in the New York Post's coverage of the MTA's multi-million dollar effort to prevent overtime abuse.

In 2019, the MTA engaged MoFo to develop a plan to prevent and catch fraud in the future. MoFo urged officials to scrap paper-based overtime accounting for "biometric" clocks that require workers to swipe in and out of work, and scan their fingerprints when they do so.

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