A federal judge has preliminarily certified a class of Merck employees who claim the company paid less and otherwise unfairly treated female sales representatives by virtue of a 2011 reorganization.

U.S. District Judge Michael Shipp of the District of New Jersey on April 27 granted a plaintiff motion, which entitles the suit to proceed to the discovery phase in order to determine whether the putative class members are indeed similarly situated.

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