GM’s GC Tells Skeptical Senators He’s ‘Deeply Sorry’

, The National Law Journal


Michael Millikin, general counsel of General Motors Co., told skeptical senators on Thursday that he was "deeply sorry" for his legal department's handling of an ignition-switch defect and was working to make sure a similar scandal doesn't happen again.

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  • Steve Stanton

    Since corporations are people, when will GM be in the dock? It also must irrelevant who knew or who didn‘t know within the corporation, those who did know acted for the corporation (or didn‘t act as the case may be).

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