Violation Tracker Individual Record
The dollar figure is cited in an appeals court ruling concerning a dispute over legal fees in the case; available at http://hr.cch.com/ELD/InReWalMart121713.pdf. See also: 6-4 Mealey's Litig. Rep. Employ. L. 1 (2009)
A group of suits alleging that Wal-Mart required employees to work off the clock and denied them required meal and rest breaks were consolidated in federal court in Nevada. The company agreed to pay up to $85 million to settle the matter.