A U.S. House committee has demanded that Dimitrios Biller turn over internal documents that the former in-house attorney says would substantiate his allegation that Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. routinely destroyed and hid evidence in personal injury cases, Biller’s lawyer said on Thursday.
“The subpoena itself is very broad,” said Jeffrey Allen of Allen & Wohrle in Santa Monica, Calif. The committee demanded all documents relating to safety and defects in litigation, he said.
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