After a decade of often-bitter scrapping, one of Georgia’s longest-running, most-contentious product liability cases has settled quietly out of court.

On the way to an agreement, the 1990 case against Uniroyal Goodrich Tire Co., now owned by Michelin North America Inc., went through six judges and five appellate decisions. It generated 50 volumes of pleadings and two verdicts, one for $43 million.

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