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  1. Automotive Industry & GM News
    The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan has decided to give General Motors a pass on the punitive damages associated with its faulty ignition switches. If you don't recall the issue, it's hardly your fault. The cars were manufactured prior to GM's 2009 bankruptcy declaration and...
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    A lawsuit that's been hanging over the wheel at General Motors for some time has seen the company score at least a small victory, according to a new report. The automaker has gotten a ruling limiting claims for diminished value in the wake of the ignition-switch defect recall that started more...
  3. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Four years after launching a massive, incredibly delayed recall aimed at preventing further deaths from its faulty ignition switches, General Motors freed itself from a criminal case launched in the scandal's wake. Earlier this week, federal prosecutors in New York wrote U.S. District Judge...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Back in 2014 GM set on one of the biggest recall campaigns in history following the discovery that it had made cars with faulty ignition switches. And although it's still shy of its goal of fixing 100% of the vehicles affected, GM has reached an unusually high repair rate in its recall. Of the...
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