Two GM Lawyers, Quality Control Exec Among Those Pushed Out Over Switch
Two product litigation attorneys and a quality control executive are among the 15 employees who have been forced out by General Motors over the company’s poor handling of a defective ignition switch linked to at least 13 deaths. Sources said attorneys Jaclyn Palmer and Ronald Porter, who had settled several of the cases involving Chevrolet Cobalt cars involved in accidents where the air bags did not deploy, are no longer at GM.
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