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September 15, 2004

Examiner piece

I have a column in today's San Francisco Examiner discussing the gender discrimination class action cases against Wal-Mart and Costco. Many of my arguments will be familiar to our readers who saw my earlier postings on the Wal-Mart case (Aug. 16, Jul. 8, Jul. 2). See also our editor's comments Jun. 29, and his links to further commentaries here and here.

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Class Actions
Employment Law



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