Supreme Court Issues Wal-Mart vs. Dukes Ruling
Today, the Supreme Court issued its much anticipated Wal-Mart v. Dukes ruling. In a few days, I’ll post a more in depth analysis of the decision, particularly as it applies to the Court’s dismissal of the plaintiffs’ central sociological theory, which alleged that Wal-Mart’s corporate culture promoted employment discrimination. The Court ultimately held that this theory was procedurally insufficient to certify 1.5 million women in a class action.
Take a look at the Court’s opinion here.Explore posts in the same categories: Employment Law, Litigation
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