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Labor & Employment – Civil Rights – Sex Discrimination – Civil Practice – Class Action (access required)

Scott v. Family Dollar Stores, Inc. Where the complaint alleges that plaintiffs were discriminated against based on their gender as a result of subjective decisions made at the local store level, they cannot satisfy the commonality requirement of Fed. R. Civ. P. 23(a). Defendant’s motion to dismiss plaintiffs’ class action claims is granted. Plaintiffs allege that defendant discriminates on the basis of sex by paying female store managers less than male store managers.

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