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Wal-Mart and the Future of Antidiscrimination Law

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  1. Ken Rhodes says:

    “The issue before the Court is one that civil procedure, specifically class action, junkies should find titillating.”

    Well, I’m not a lawyer, let alone a civil procedure junkie. However, it appears to these non-attorney eyes that this case is VASTLY important, and interesting, in the same way that many Supreme Court cases are.

    The Supremes don’t overturn a murder conviction because they decide the defendant wasn’t really guilty. They overturn it when the process wasn’t proper. That seems pretty important, and far reaching, and interesting, to me.

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