An age-bias suit against retail giant Walmart was tossed Thursday when a judge ruled that a woman who charged Walmart with discriminating against olde...
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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Women pursuing discrimination claims against Wal-Mart filed a reformulated lawsuit Thursday alleging the world's largest ret...
Wal-Mart v. Dukes is just the latest example of the five-vote conservative majority's unrelenting effort to prevent everyday Americans from using the courts to battle corporate misconduct.
In a sleight of hand trick that would make Penn & Teller proud, Justice Scalia has expanded his employment discrimination defense manual available to any employer defending against any type of discrimination claim.
Some observers will no doubt want to wait a couple of months to see how the Bush-dominated court rules in this case. But based on what I've seen from the justices already, the writing is on the Wal.
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