Ford Motor Company Settles Large Women's Harassment Case
- Verdict of $51.8 Million Against Ford In Product Liability Suit Over Bronco II Rollover Problems. // Insurance Advocate;04/01/2000, Vol. 111 Issue 14, p11
Reports on the product liability verdict announced by a Superior Court jury in California against Ford Motor Co. Reaction of the plaintiff's attorneys to the decision; Significance of the damages awarded against Ford Motor; Details on the litigation.
- Ford wins St. Louis Bronco II case, settles another. // Automotive News;3/29/93, Vol. 67 Issue 5492, p19
Reveals that a St. Louis jury has cleared Ford Motor Co. of liability in a Bronco II automobile accident involving Amy Fuchs. Details of the accident; Permanent disability of Fuchs; Other cases involving Bronco II.
- Ford verdicts upheld: No misconduct by jurors. Freedman, Eric // Automotive News;01/25/99, Vol. 73 Issue 5803, p26
Reports that the Michigan Court of Appeals has upheld verdicts in favor of Ford Motor Co. in two unrelated product liability lawsuits. Rejection of motions for reconsideration; Background on the cases; Absence of sufficient evidences to support the defense verdict.
- Ariz. high court to hear injury appeal. Freedman, Eric // Automotive News;8/4/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 5725, p36
States that the Arizona Supreme Court will review a jury verdict holding Ford Motor Co. 30 percent liable for injuries to a passenger in a 1988 Aerostar. The appeal to focus on the issues of Ford offering testimony that a drunk driver caused the crash, and the offering of testimony by the...
- Ford settles harassment complaints. // Automotive News;09/13/99, Vol. 74 Issue 5837, p30
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- 2 women sue Ford for sexual harassment. // Automotive News;3/30/1998, Vol. 71 Issue 5759, p30
States Ford Motor Co. is being sued for sexual harassment by two women employees. The lawsuit seeking class-action status in United States District Court in Chicago, Illinois; Details of the case alleging managers unwanted fondling and verbal abuse of female employees.
- ACCRUAL OF DEDUCTIONS IN CONNECTION WITH STRUCTURED SETTLEMENTS: FORD MOTOR COMPANY V. COMMISSIONER. Ferro, Christopher // Tax Lawyer;Winter95, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p523
Focuses on the accrual of deductions in connection with structured settlements in the United States. Details of the Ford Motor Co. versus Commissioner case; Settlements between tortfeasors and claimants; Computation for taxable income.
- Weak harassment policy could be costly for managers. McLaughlin // Inside Tucson Business;09/13/99, Vol. 9 Issue 25, p26
Discusses the importance of the effective promotion and enforcement of a company's sexual harassment policy, in view of the Ford Motor Co. settlement with federal regulators recent to September 13, 1999. Establishment of a standard of evaluating supervisors' rigor on enforcing harassment...
- Supervisor sued after suggesting that employee seek psychiatric help. // Legal Alert for Supervisors;8/17/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 101, p1
The article reCports on the case Hill v. Ford Motor Co. filed at the Supreme Court of Missouri. The case is filed against the employer and a supervisor who suggested to a female employee that she should seek psychiatric help because the superior doubted the sexual harassment claims reported by...