Back in June, the US Supreme Court ruled that the female employees who faced sexual discrimination from Wal Mart couldn't legally sue the company as a class. Now, the plaintiffs are regrouping and have mounted a new lawsuit against the big box behemoth.
Though many of us aren't willing to bend down to pick up two pennies, Mary Bach of Pennsylvania sued Walmart for charging her two cents more than the price on the tag for a package of Banquet "Brown 'N Serve" sausages. Bach was awarded $180, but her aim wasn't to recoup savings she could have lost between the sofa…
What do 1.5 million women have in common? They work or worked for Wal-Mart, and are currently eligible for a class action discrimination lawsuit that would be the biggest in history. Wal-Mart just asked the Supreme Court to prevent that.