Attorneys at local firm Barrett Johnston are taking Wal-Mart Stores to task for allegedly paying many of its female employees less than their male peers or, in some cases, direct reports. Blake Farmer has more on the case.
The Supreme Court ruled against a nationwide class-action lawsuit last year – in part – because the women didn’t have enough in common to constitute a class. The Tennessee case is the first in an expected wave of smaller, regional suits, brought by civil rights attorneys with Nashville’s Barrett Johnston law firm.
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