A federal judge in California acceded to plaintiffs’ request for a robust litigation committee structure in appointing lead counsel for the multidistrict litigation against Toyota Motor Corp. over sudden unintended acceleration defects in its vehicles.
In an order released on Friday, U.S. District Judge James Selna appeared receptive to arguments by the attorneys that the litigation required more than a dozen lawyers behind the wheel — the original number that he anticipated would be required.
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