By Gerald L. Maatman, Jr.

We blogged on the $160 million settlement in McReynolds this past week, and employers and the news media have been talking about its implications ever since.

The case presents multiple take-aways, including the viability of re-booted certification theories pursued by plaintiffs’ class action attorneys in the post-Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes world, as well as the extent to which the massive settlement will fuel the prosecution of more employment discrimination class actions.

Today we provided an overview of those issues via video, and we thought our loyal blog readers would find those thoughts to be of interest – here is the video courtesy of LXBN TV: