GM DID NOT VIOLATE RICO BY NOT DISCLOSING ECM DEFECT, 11TH CIR. RULES Ayres v. General Motors Corp. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

GM DID NOT VIOLATE RICO BY NOT DISCLOSING ECM DEFECT, 11TH CIR. RULES Ayres v. General Motors Corp. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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GM DID NOT VIOLATE RICO BY NOT DISCLOSING ECM DEFECT, 11TH CIR. RULES Ayres v. General Motors Corp.

20 No. 6 ANAUTOLR 6Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

GM DID NOT VIOLATE RICO BY NOT DISCLOSING ECM DEFECT, 11TH CIR. RULES Ayres v. General Motors Corp.

20 No. 6 ANAUTOLR 6Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

20 No. 6 Andrews Automotive Litig. Rep. 6
Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter
January 3, 2001
Electronic Control
Copyright (c) 2001 Andrews Publications

GM DID NOT VIOLATE RICO BY NOT DISCLOSING ECM DEFECT, 11TH CIR. RULES

Ayres v. General Motors Corp.

The 11th Circuit has reversed a district court denial of summary judgment to General Motors Corp. in the case of three plaintiffs who claimed the GMP-4 Electronic Control Module (ECM) on their GM cars was defective. Ayres et al. v. General Motors...
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