It was a landmark ruling  a year ago when the US Supreme Court reversed class certification in WalMart v. Dukes.  See Workplace Prof.  If allowed to stand, that class action would have been the largest ever.  But, the US Supreme Court reversed.  Now, Wal-Mart got what it wanted, perhaps.  Some 2,000

 Employment class actions have been dealt a blow by the recent decision in Dukes v. Wal-Mart.  You can look at the decision here.  The decision, as I understand it, finds a lack of "commonality" among the female plaintiffs because there is no one company policy that caused their discrimination.  The "policy" the plaintiffs were

 It was significant news when a class action lawsuit against Wal-Mart was certified a few weeks ago.  Class action lawsuits are always significant, but especially so when the employer is Wal-Mart.  I talked previously about the court ruling allowing the class certification.  See blog post.  

Now, someone at Wal-Mart leaked a report to