(November 20, 2012/Fox News) -- As you may have heard, there are a number of Americans who are less than pleased about some big box retailers choosing to open their doors just after Thanksgiving dinner.

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Well, in turn, Wal-Mart is taking legal action against its organized labor opponents.
The retail chain has filed an unfair labor practice charge over widespread protests at its stores across the country — as well as rallies planned for Black Friday itself.

The retail giant, which has roughly 1.3 million U.S. workers, is asking the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for an injunction against the rallies and pickets — even flash mobs — that have sprung up at stores nationwide, according to the Wall Street Journal.

"We are taking this action now because we cannot allow the UFCW to continue to intentionally seek to create an environment that could directly and adversely impact our customers and associates," Wal-Mart spokesman David Tovar said in a statement obtained by Reuters. "If they do, they will be held accountable."
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