Hertz general counsel sues analyst who said company could go bankrupt
Hertz general counsel Jeffrey Zimmerman has sued a research firm that put the car rental company on a list of businesses "likely to go bankrupt or suffer severe financial distress." Zimmerman and Hertz have sued Audit Integrity for defamation and trade libel in the Superior Court of New Jersey, where Hertz is based. The suit also seeks undetermined financial damages, a retraction and an apology, and lawyer fees and costs.
Hertz general counsel Jeffrey Zimmerman has sued a research firm that put the car rental company on a list of businesses “likely to go bankrupt or suffer severe financial distress.”
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