Doe v. Wal-Mart: Must Common Law be Reformed to Protect Workers?

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  1. A.J. Sutter says:

    But think of the efficiencies of Wal-Mart’s not having to monitor and enforce the agreements. If they had to incur that expense, what with suppliers all over the world, consumers might have to pay higher prices.

    — just kidding. A post like this is a salutary breath of fresh air, even in a relatively enlightened blog like the present one.