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General Motors ignition switch scandal

U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman rules General Motors Co., and its outside law firm King & Spalding, do not have to turn over lawyer-client documents from previously settled ignition switch lawsuits to plaintiffs' lawyers in pending cases.

Ruling prevents possible 91,000 pages of documents from being turned over to plaintiff attorneys

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  1. General Motors ignition switch scandal: U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman rules General Motors Co., and its outside law firm King & Spalding, do not have to turn over lawyer-client documents from previously settled ignition switch lawsuits to plaintiffs- lawyers in pending cases.
  2. U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman rules General Motors Co., and its outside law firm King & Spalding, do not have to turn over lawyer-client documents from previously settled ignition switch lawsuits to plaintiffs' lawyers in pending cases.

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