Gm: A Court Win And A Hot Battery
Does anyone remember the Shannon Mosely decision? A year ago, a U.S. court awarded $105 million to the family of a Georgia teenager killed in a General Motors pickup truck in 1989. In a stunning reversal June 13, though, Georgia's Court of Appeals threw out the original verdict. The three-judge panel explained that it overturned the case partly because the plaintiffs' lawyers had improperly told the jury about 120 lawsuits involving GM trucks and about a pending federal investigation into whether the trucks should be recalled.
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