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Walmart: Too Big To Sue?

The recent US Supreme Court decision that rejected the proposed class action lawsuit brought on behalf of 1.6 million women does not mean that Walmart is too big to sue. Nothing in the Court's decision prevents female employees or ex-employees from pursing there individual gender discrimination claims against Walmart in court. Nothing in the Court's decision prevents groups of female employees (for example, female employees working in multiple stores that are supervised by a specific regional or district manager) from filing gender discrimination lawsuits against Walmart. While the Supreme Court's decision was disappointing, it does not render the company too big to sue. If you are a female employee of Walmart and have suffered gender discrimination resulting in a termination, denial of promotion, unequal pay, demotion, etc. you can and should sue.
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