By Gina Keating LOS ANGELES, Aug 22 (Reuters) - A Michigan state judge has dismissed a breach of contract lawsuit brought against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. by a former marketing executive, saying the action should have been filed in Arkansas, where the world's largest retailer is headquartered. Julie Roehm had sued Wal-Mart in Michigan's Oakland County Circuit Court shortly after she was terminated last December. Roehm said in the lawsuit that she was a Michigan resident who had temporarily ...
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