GM Can’t Avoid Up to $10 Billion in Switch Suits, Court SaysBy and
GM’s ’need for speed’ in bankruptcy sale doesn’t trump suits
Lawsuits claim GM vehicles lost value over ignition flaw
A federal appeals court upended General Motors Co.’s plan to shed hundreds of lawsuits seeking as much as $10 billion over a deadly ignition switch defect, ruling that such cases aren’t automatically barred by the company’s 2009 bankruptcy sale to a new corporate entity.
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