Retail titan Wal-Mart argued the largest class action verdict in Pennsylvania’s history should be overturned because the proof offered by the class of former and current Wal-Mart workers alleging their underpayment shows only individualized proof, not classwide proof.

Wal-Mart counsel William H. Lamb of Lamb McErlane and class counsel Michael D. Donovan of Donovan Searles argued before the Pennsylvania Superior Court panel of Judges John L. Musmanno and Christine L. Donohue and Senior Judge James J. Fitzgerald III Wednesday.

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