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What constitutes discrimination wasn’t the only question at issue in a recent civil lawsuit four black Texas men brought against Walgreen Co. in a Nevada courtroom.

The definition of workplace violence also was up for grabs as lawyers tried to prove that, in addition to violating their clients’ civil rights, the Deerfield, Ill.-based drugstore chain was guilty of negligence in its hiring, retention and supervision of its employees.

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