BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Lawsuits against Wal-Mart Stores here moved forward on two fronts last week, with the discounter gaining a victory in Florida and presenting written arguments in California. be certified as a class. The suit claims some employees were forced to work without pay during breaks and after hours. In California, Wal-Mart attorneys filed written arguments with a U.S. District Court appeals judge in San Francisco asking him to toss out a lower court ruling that gave class ...
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