OBJECTORS SAY CHRYSLER IS IGNORING MAIN ARGUMENTS ON CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT Hanlon v. Chrysler Corp. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

OBJECTORS SAY CHRYSLER IS IGNORING MAIN ARGUMENTS ON CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT Hanlon v. Chrysler Corp. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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1997 Andrews Automotive Litig. Rep. 24600
Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter
January 21, 1997
Chrysler Minivan Door-Latch Litigation
Copyright (c) 1997 Andrews Publications

OBJECTORS SAY CHRYSLER IS IGNORING MAIN ARGUMENTS ON CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT

Hanlon v. Chrysler Corp.

Consumer safety groups and dissatisfied plaintiffs argue in a reply brief to the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals that Chrysler Corp., in defending the settlement of a class action involving 1984-1995 minivan rear-door latches, is ignoring the...
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