Supreme Court Takes Up Appeal of $187.6 Mil. Wal-Mart Worker Class Action

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The state Supreme Court will hear an appeal on whether a $187.6 million class action award against retail titan Wal-Mart over allegations that its Pennsylvania employees were not properly compensated for off-the-clock work and missed rest breaks violated Pennsylvania law.

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  • Lulaine

    It is to be expected Wal-Mart would work against this decision. They have alot at stake if they allowed this to stand. Wal-Mart is in a very sensitive position because of their positions all over the country and the world. Workers from those locations if they see this decision go unchallenged may choose to launch their own lawsuit and that would be bad for Wal-Mart. http://www.legalfunding.com/

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