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Wal-Mart Class Action Status Granted in Labor Dispute

On Wednesday, November 22, a judge in northeastern Kentucky granted class action status to a labor dispute against Wal-Mart corporation. The action by Boyd County Circuit Judge Marc Rosen is the latest in a string of class action lawsuits against the nation's largest retailer for allegedly failing to pay employees who worked during their breaks and off-the-clock.

Other similar class actions have been brought for similar reasons in Pennsylvania, Colorado and California. The Kentucky class action lawsuit was started in 2001 by former cashier Michael Nagy.

Mr. Nagy brought the lawsuit forward after he had been working at a Lexington-area bakery for two years. During that time Nagy has stated that he was forced to clock out and continue working or work through his break periods without pay.

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The class action lawsuit in Kentucky may potentially affect up to 140,000 current hourly employees plus an unknown number of former employees as well. Current and former hourly employees who worked for Wal-Mart in Kentucky can join the lawsuit if they were employed from August 20, 1996 to the present.

Attorney Barbara Bonar represents Nagy and more than 100 other current or former employees who will join the class action lawsuit. According to Bonar, the next step is to send out notices to all of the other potential plaintiffs in the case.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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