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Hertz Customers Who Claim They Were Falsely Arrested Score Win in Court

  • Company fighting with 220 renters suing for false arrest
  • Car renter seeking to dispose of lawsuits in bankruptcy
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Hertz Corp., battling hundreds of customers who say they were falsely arrested for auto theft after renting cars, was ordered by a federal judge to disclose how many renters it accuses every year.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Mary Walrath sided with advocates for 220 people suing Hertz who argued more details about Hertz’s internal anti-theft program should be public.