MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here said it was prepared to fight a case in which seven former employees have accused the company of age-based discrimination after a judge recently denied the company's motion to dismiss the case. leased that we're able to bring this case to trial," said the plaintiffs' attorney, Stephen Snyder, principal in the law firm of Gray Plant Moody, which also is based here. The suit seeks damages of $10 million. A trial could begin within 60 days, Snyder said.

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