MI APPEALS COURT: FOREIGN SUBSIDIARY, JOINT VENTURE EMPLOYEES MAY NOT BE DEPOSED Laderach v. General Motors Corp. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

MI APPEALS COURT: FOREIGN SUBSIDIARY, JOINT VENTURE EMPLOYEES MAY NOT BE DEPOSED Laderach v. General Motors Corp. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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MI APPEALS COURT: FOREIGN SUBSIDIARY, JOINT VENTURE EMPLOYEES MAY NOT BE DEPOSED

Laderach v. General Motors Corp.

Employees of a General Motors Corp. German subsidiary and Australian joint venture cannot be compelled to submit to depositions in the United States in a product liability suit against the automaker, the Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled. The panel...
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