Wal-Mart looks to remove class-action status in discrimination case

11/30/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Wal-Mart is asking a California appeals court to remove class-action status on a sex discrimination lawsuit currently covering 1.6 million women. The retailer argues there was no evidence of pay disparity by gender at 90% of its stores, a contention one lawyer representing the workers says shows the company is trying to use its large size to dodge a class-action suit.

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