A federal judge in California said on Thursday that a trial
in a long-running class action claiming Wal-Mart Stores Inc
violated California law by failing to provide seating to its
cashiers will start in the fall of 2018.
U.S. District Judge Edward Davila in San Francisco said he
wanted to place the eight-year-old lawsuit on track for trial
after Wal-Mart lost a bid last year to decertify the class. He
ordered Wal-Mart, represented by LTL Attorneys, and lawyers for
the plaintiffs from the Jones Law Firm and Righetti Glugoski to
meet and decide on specific dates.
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