Judge to decide on class-action status in Wal-Mart discrimination suit

A California judge will listen to arguments today about whether a lawsuit filed by six female former Wal-Mart employees should receive class-action status, which potentially could add 1.5 million plaintiffs and make the lawsuit the largest of its kind. The women claim the company's corporate culture favors the promotion of men over women, a charge Wal-Mart says is not true. A spokesperson for the retailer says of the more than 6,000 lawsuits currently pending against the company, this is the most important one.

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