Court: Suit must stay in Mexico

Freedman, Eric
October 2002
Automotive News;10/21/2002, Vol. 77 Issue 6008, p20
Trade Publication
Reports the court ruling on a Mexican wrongful death case involving DaimlerChrysler, TRW and Morton International in Texas. Application of the lawsuit in Mexico; Claim for tort recovery; Details of the case.


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