Almost 300 dealers whose franchises were summarily rejected during Chrysler’s 2009 bankruptcy will finally get their day in court, Automotive News reported.
The rejected dealers are scheduled to begin what is expected to be a two-month trial in Washington, D.C. The plaintiff dealers are suing the federal government, alleging that it wrongly forced the rejection of their Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep franchises under Chrysler’s bankruptcy.
The dealers’ trial attorneys include Larson O’Brien attorneys Stephen G. Larson, Steven E. Bledsoe, and Lauren Wulfe.
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