• Kirk Hartley

GM Agrees to Assume Future Product Liability Claims and Asbestos Plaintiffs File Deposition Notices

The Wall Street Journal for June 29 is reporting that GM agreed to assume the financial burden of future product liability claims. The article, by Mike Spector. is here.

Meanwhile, Docket Number 2609 is a Rule 30(b)(6) deposition notice from counsel for an asbestos creditor to take depositions of persons designated to speak by the Treasury Department and GM regarding various facts, including the reasons for the structure of the GM deal. The deposition notice is well worth reading. It call for depositions beginning Monday morning at 10:00. The same lawyers at Caplin & Drysdale previously issued notices calling for depositions of persons submitting declarations on behalf of the government.

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