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US: bankruptcy judge says GM committed fraud if it purposely hid the switch defect


US Bankruptcy Judge Robert Gerber held a hearing in his New York court on whether plaintiffs seeking compensation over the lost value of their GM cars could go on with their cases. General Motors, besides the lawsuits from victims and families victims seeking compensation in relation to the mishandling of the now famous ignition switch defect, also has to face numerous ...
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