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The towers of the Detroit Renaissance Center, the world headquarters of the General Motors Corporation in Detroit, Michigan. RiverNorthPhotography/iStockphoto.com

As General Motors is scheduled later this year to face yet another bellwether trial over allegations it covered up a deadly ignition switch flaw, it can take some comfort from its generally-successful trial record. But critics of the bellwether system are saying that way of lining up trials does not provide an accurate way of keeping score.

Andrew Denney

Andrew Denney is a New York-based reporter covering litigation and other news from the federal and state courts. He can be reached at adenney@alm.com. Twitter: @messagetime

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