Published on March 9, 2011
Posted in: David Sterns, GM, News
Several media outlets have published stories about the Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s decision last week to certify a class action lawsuit brought on behalf of all former General Motors dealers who were terminated in the federal auto bailout. Click the links below to view a selection of the stories:
The lawsuit claims that General Motors of Canada Limited breached provincial franchise laws in eliminating the dealerships. Also named in the suit is Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP, a major Canadian law firm retained to act for the Canadian GM dealers in anticipation of a GM restructuring. Sotos represents the former dealers in the ongoing dispute.