Jottings By An Employer's Lawyer

Sunday, July 11, 2004

Wal-Mart Class Action Sparks Debate, Even Among Non-lawyers


Or real people as I am fond of saying. Although I have not commented on the recent certification of the largest gender discrimination class in history, others are engaging in some interesting discussion. One such person is Jonathan Cobb, who kindly called his comments to my attention. Although not a lawyer, he is interested in the bigger questions posed by the ruling. You can check his view out at the Soapbox a great title for a blog devoted to among other things politics, cooking, technology, parenting and music.

For another look at the court's action and perhaps the suit that could be said to have started it all, check out today's story from the Decatur (Alabama) Daily, which traces the origins back to discovery obtained in a 1996 suit brought by a Santa Fe attorney.


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