CHAMBERLAN V. FORD MOTOR, 314 F. SUPP2D 953 (N.D.CAL. 2005)

Consumers brought class action in state court against automobile manufacturer, alleging that manufacturer violated California Consumers Legal Remedies Act (CLRA) when it knowingly manufactured, sold, and distributed automobiles containing a defective engine part. The Court denied Ford's motion for summary judgment and held that plaintiffs adequately stated claims under the CLRA.
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