SUPREME COURT DECLINES REVIEW; 5TH CIR. RULING ON NEED FOR EXPERT STANDS Wiley v. General Motors Corp. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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1997 Andrews Automotive Litig. Rep. 24879
Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter
March 18, 1997
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SUPREME COURT DECLINES REVIEW; 5TH CIR. RULING ON NEED FOR EXPERT STANDS

Wiley v. General Motors Corp.

The U.S. Supreme Court has denied the petition for certiorari filed by Charles Wiley, who argued that expert testimony should not have been required to defeat a summary judgment motion by General Motors Corp. in a seat belt defect case. GM...
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