A judge has approved a plaintiffs’ steering committee that will manage about 20 cases filed in state court in Texas alleging claims of sudden acceleration against Toyota Motor Corp.

Harris County, Texas, District Judge Robert Schaffer in Houston on Friday approved a committee of five lawyers to serve on the plaintiffs’ steering committee, including two liaison counsel: Jeffrey Wigington, name partner at Wigington Rumley Dunn in Corpus Christi, and Robert Hilliard, of Hilliard Munoz Gonzales, in Corpus Christi.

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