Ninth Circuit to Review Class Certification of 'Suitable Seating' Suit Against Wal-Mart

The court took up U.S. District Judge Edward Davila's approval of a class of 22,000 workers.

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    It looks like plaintiffs are really targeting Wal-Mart. The company has been at the center of many lawsuits for years but more so in the past few months. The workers seem to be fighting for basic amenities that wouldn't hurt the corporation in the long run. This is going to be a long fight for both parties because of the economic and social consequences each of these cases bring.

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