As their battle over a multimillion-dollar judgment heads to the Georgia Supreme Court, lawyers for the family of Remi Walden and the maker of the Jeep vehicle in which he died have filed briefs framing two dramatically different views of the same trial.

Chrysler’s lead appellate counsel, Thomas Dupree Jr., a Washington, D.C.-based partner with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, and plaintiffs’ lead attorney, Jim Butler Jr. of Butler Wooten & Peak, have offered starkly contrasting stories, even about the tragedy that led them to litigate.

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