Dimitrios Biller, the ex-Toyota attorney who says the automaker hid evidence in several lawsuits, will be allowed to present internal company documents in his lawsuit against his former employer, the Los Angeles Times reports. Biller filed a federal racketeering lawsuit against Toyota in July 2009, claiming that during his tenure as managing counsel for Toyota Motor Sales USA, the auto maker withheld and destroyed evidence in more than 300 rollover and roof crush lawsuits. Biller said he was “surprised and alarmed” when Toyota wouldn’t produce e-mails and other digital files it was legally bound to provide and that he complained ... Read More
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