GM counterattacks in C/K controversy

Gates, Max
November 1994
Automotive News;11/7/1994, Vol. 69 Issue 5577, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on General Motors Corp.'s (GM) efforts to defend its C/K pickup trucks from court attacks. Request for an immediate trial in federal court over the safety of the 1973-87 trucks; Request for the imposition of fine against nemesis Clarence Ditlow for turning over court records to trial attorneys suing GM; Representative Robert Carr's support for the company. INSET: Arguments for and against: (C/K court decision)..


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