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On the last day of July 2014, President Obama signed an executive order that binds prospective government contractors to stronger labor laws, called the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces order. O... Read more
The head of General Motors’ legal department, Michael P. Millikin, along with CEO Mary Barra, testified on July 17 before a U.S. Senate Committee. When the day was over, it hadn’t been a goo... Read more
The failure to include an element of punishment in the GM compensation plan is disturbing. It’s most significant that General Motors own lawyers have told the automaker that it will face pun... Read more
Since the Melton case has been in the spotlight lately, and because of its utmost importance, I felt an update would be good at this juncture. In an incredible revelation of its true charact... Read more
Ken Feinburg announced GM’s compensation fund on June 30. The fund set up by GM to compensate victims of its defective ignition switch falls far short of providing complete justice for the a... Read more
Ken and Beth Melton, parents of a 29-year-old Georgia woman who died in a 2010 crash linked to an ignition switch defect, have re-filed their lawsuit against General Motors (GM). The reasons... Read more
General Motors knew in 2004, a decade before it issued a recall, that its Chevrolet Cobalt had an ignition switch that could inadvertently shut off the engine while driving. This was learned... Read more
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