An up to $28 million settlement has been reached in a wage case against Wal-Mart in Indiana. The class action lawsuit, like numerous others filed around the country, claimed that Wal-Mart forced workers to work through meal breaks and to work off the clock.  The settlement applies to current and former Wal-Mart and Sam's Club hourly employees who worked from March 17, 1994, to March 2009. 

This settlement is part of Wal-Mart's settling of a number of class action lawsuits filed around the country.  See Wage Class Actions Against Wal-Mart Settled.

Lexington, Kentucky wage and overtime lawyer Robert Abell represents individuals in cases seeking payment of their wages and overtime.

 

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