July 29, 2013 -- Professor Katherine Stone discusses a settlement in a lawsuit against Kmart for failing to provide seating for retail cashiers in several California stores. Her comments appear in an article in The Recorder.
"The plaintiffs didn't get a lot this time, but they might next time," said UCLA law professor Katherine Stone, an expert in labor and employment issues.
"Alsup is leaving the door open to where suitable seating will be required," Stone said. "It seems to me that there's definite movement here from the point of view of being more open to suitable seating claims."
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