Bell et al v. General Motors Company

Plaintiff: Marcus Bell and Christopher Robitsek
Defendant: General Motors Company
Case Number: TXN/2:17-cv-00183
Filed: November 7, 2017
Court: Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation
Nature of Suit: Other

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Plaintiff: Marcus Bell
Represented By: Benjamin David Doyle
Represented By: Cory S. Fein
Represented By: Andrew W. Ferich
Represented By: Benjamin F. Johns
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Plaintiff: Christopher Robitsek
Represented By: Benjamin David Doyle
Represented By: Cory S. Fein
Represented By: Andrew W. Ferich
Represented By: Benjamin F. Johns
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Defendant: General Motors Company
Represented By: Mark Steven Cheffo
Represented By: Hayden A. Coleman
Represented By: Guyon H. Knight
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