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General Motors was hit with a lawsuit on Wednesday demanding that the company be held liable for allegedly concealing ignition problems before its 2009 bankruptcy.

The ignition switch problems led to the recall of 1.6 million vehicles last month.

GM is a different legal entity than the one that filed for bankruptcy protection and reorganized in 2009. The so-called new GM is not responsible under the terms of its bankruptcy for legal claims relating to incidents that took place before July 2009. Those claims must be brought against what remains of the "old" or pre-bankruptcy GM.



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Should The New GM Still Be Responsible For Old GM Hiding Ignition Switch Defects?

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