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A group of more than a million sex discrimination plaintiffs cannot be certified as a class under Rule 23(a) because their claims do not depend upon a common contention capable of class-wide resolution, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.

Supremes nix Wal-Mart workers’ class action bid

A group of more than a million sex discrimination plaintiffs cannot be certified as a class under Rule 23(a) because their claims do not depend upon a common contention capable of class-wide resolution, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.

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