Walmart Beats Claims It's Defying $65M Cashier Seating Deal

By Max Kutner (January 7, 2021, 5:01 PM EST) -- Walmart cashiers in California failed to establish that the retail giant violated a $65 million settlement in which it had agreed to provide seating for certain workers pursuant to a provision in the Golden State's wage laws, a federal judge in the state has ruled.

In an order Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Edward J. Davila denied a motion by cashiers who had entered the case to have the court make Walmart show why it should not be punished for violating the settlement, saying that their allegations did not point to any such violations.

"The court finds that movants have not presented...

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