Suit Against Wal-Mart Largest Private Gender Bias Case in U.S. History
According to today's article at Bloomberg Businessweek , yesterday's 6-5 decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco will allow women who've worked at Wal-Mart since 2001 to be part of a single class-action lawsuit over discrimination claims, said Brad Seligman, an attorney for the workers.
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#1 Apr 27, 2010
I worked for them and did all jobs asked of me ,all jobs and I was payed less then men. I even unloaded truck when there was only men at work wore suits. I did men's jobs when they went on vacation. and I worked off the clock becouse I was told too. No over time
Since: May 08
#2 Jul 3, 2010
Wal Mart used electronic timecards and shorted us each a lot of hours but we couldn't prove it.
Their supervisors are rewarded for doing things like that.
In any class action lawsuit, be prepared to be left out because lawyers don't care. It happened to me regarding a previous lawsuit against Wal Mart.
Victims should be able to sue the lawyers, but can't.
#3 Aug 26, 2012
Barry G. Roderman, been winning huge civil suit verdicts and substantial settlements for his clients for nearly four decades. I had an injury case, the jury deliberated for 2 hours, the insurance company’s legal team which were two top Miami guys that did a good job, but Mr. Roderman did BETTER, I got a bigger award than anticipated, Barry Roderman is top notch, he changed my life by winning my case. Here are a couple noted cases where Mr. Barry Roderman got very favorable verdicts for his clients, some multi-million dollar settlements.
C.E. Pickering v. Grubb & Ellis
Civil breach of contract and fraud litigation. Allegations that Grubb & Ellis mismanaged 500,000 square foot warehouse complex. Jury verdict was 11.7 million dollars. Heavily reported - 7 million in punitive damages. Defended by Katz, Barron, Squittero & Faust, Miami, Florida.
Greene v. School Board of Broward County
Negligence and invasion of privacy after personal psychological information was given to the press on eve of school board election. Heavily published by media. Jury verdict for plaintiff of $850,000.00. Opposing counsel: Haliczer, Pettis & White, P.A. Fort Lauderdale.
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