1. The Supreme Court decided in the Wal-Mart case, Wal-Mart wins the case. First of all, Dukes has additional requirements for arrears of wages. The amount she raised is too large, and the wage claim belongs to b3. This misclassification is enough to damage the class status of women and put her lawsuit at a disadvantage. Secondly, in this case, “commonality” became the core of their ruling. It must have a common problem and a common solution. However, the 1.5 million female Wal-Mart employees were not deprived of the same promotion by the same manager , the same pay raise, or insulted, belittled, so the Wal-Mart case could not be filed, and the Supreme Court finally ruled that Wal-Mart won the case.

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