NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 20, 2011
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(Supreme Court: Pete Williams) The Supreme Court ruling in favor of Walmart in the sex discrimination class action lawsuit brought by female workers examined. [Plaintiff Betty DUKES- says if you are a major corporation you have the advantage.] [Walmart lawyer Theodore BOUTROS- says their legal theory doesn’t hold water.] [Lawyer for employees Joseph SELLERS- says we’re not going to let down a million and a half women.] [Supreme Court expert Tom GOLDSTEIN- states you can’t bring a class action lawsuit by surveys or ideas about corporate culture.]
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