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Workplace Discrimination

Sex Discrimination – One Case or Millions of Cases?

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which has jurisdiction over federal cases in the State of Washington, recently heard argument on the issue of whether millions of women who were allegedly improperly denied pay and promotions by Wal-mart over the last 10 years nationwide could proceed together in a single class action.

Dukes v. Wal-Mart – What does it mean for you?

On June 20, 2011 the United States Supreme Court, in Duke v. Wal-Mart issued one of its most controversial decisions this term regarding employee class actions.

Low Point for Lowe’s

Looks like the management at Lowe’s in Longview hit a low point. According to an article in the Seattle Times (see below), three employees endured months of discrimination by their employer. I don’t know on what basis they were discriminated, but it was enough to earn a $1.7 million settlement.

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