Kmart Rips Bid To Set Aside Judgment In Seating Trial

Law360, New York (May 17, 2013, 6:41 PM ET) -- A former Kmart Corp. cashier's claim that the company misled the court and her lawyers — a bid to undo her loss at the first class action trial over California's suitable seating requirements — is meritless, Kmart told San Francisco federal judge on Thursday.

Kmart ripped into Lisa Garvey's motion to set aside the judgment, which followed the first trial ever over the Golden State's requirement that businesses provide seats to employees if their work reasonably permits it, citing “an utter disregard for the facts and...
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