Judge sides with Ford in N.Y. Aerostar suit

Freedman, Eric
October 2000
Automotive News;10/23/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5900, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on rulings in United States court cases involving the automobile industry. Ruling for Ford Motor Co. in the acceleration case involving a 1991 Aerostar; Ohio Court of Appeals' refusal to grant class-action status in a suit accusing a Dayton used-car dealer; Texas judge's consideration of whether to allow class-action status in a suit concerning defective safety belts in 1987-1995 Nissan vehicles.


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