One of these days San Francisco Superior Court Judge Richard Kramer says he’s going to write down every proposition that the U.S. Supreme Court’s class-action ruling in Wal-Mart v. Dukes is cited for and read them out loud. And his audience is going to laugh, the judge said.

In Dukes, the Supreme Court rejected the certification of a nationwide class of female employees alleging the retail titan had a common practice of discriminating against women over pay and promotions. The majority said the class couldn’t show they had common questions of law or fact.

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