From the Wall Street Journal today, where thousands of faulty ignition switches failed and GM lawyers did not inform the public or authorities of this dangerous product in a dangerous condition:
Jay Gass, a Tennessee retiree, asked Michigan’s Attorney Grievance Commission to launch the probes and suggested the former employees be stripped of their state law licenses, the documents show. Mr. Gass’s 27-year-old daughter died in 2014 in a car with the faulty switch after GM failed for more than a decade to recall vehicles with the safety defect, now linked to 124 deaths.
The back-and-forth is part of the fallout from GM’s ignition-switch crisis that continues to reverberate, even after the Detroit auto maker reached settlements with the U.S. Justice Department, shareholders and thousands of consumers totaling more than $2 billion. Jurors will deliberate as soon as this week in an ignition-switch trial under way in a New…
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