You would need to suffer a loss (damages) before you could sue.<quoted text>
We know you are 'jackoff of all trades', but we weren't discussing the legality of the issue.
But a nitwit like you has nothing better to do than nitpick the shit out of something in hopes the point will get buried.
I don't mean to give you any credit but you're in fact the second dumbest guy here.
If a Walmart employee commits a crime while working as their agent, should the chief executive officer be informed of said crime, post haste, and also handle it personally? Even though he has thousands of security and staff to handle somewhat minor issues.
Now before you take the bait, we aren't talking crime of the century, hillbilly.
We are working off the narrative I posted earlier about an "associate" (checkout person) stealing my credit card info.
Would the victim be able to sue and or blame the Walton family?
Careful now hillbilly
Don't answer too quick like you know where this is going.
Db, emaam, don't bother replying.
You're dumber than Galt.
1a and 1b
Your suit would be against the corporation, not the Walton family, who are not part of management.
Obama is the CEO of the US government.