A Jacksonville products liability lawsuit accusing Suzuki Motor Corp. of failing to warn consumers about a dangerous motorcycle defect could result in the statewide adoption of a doctrine aimed at keeping CEOs and other senior business directors out of the hot seat during litigation.

Attorneys sparred before the Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday over whether the apex doctrine should apply to the corporate world, making it harder for plaintiffs to depose high-ranking executives.

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