Prof. Norman Silber Comments in New York Times Story ‘Chrysler Bankruptcy and Product Liability’

Professor of Law Norman I. Silber was quoted in the following New York Times article.

Chrysler Bankruptcy and Product Liability
By Christopher Jensen
May 20, 2009

One way to protect all consumers would be for the bankruptcy court to require the new Chrysler to either set aside money to cover claims or require a special insurance policy, said Norman I. Silber, a law professor at Hofstra University, who specializes in consumer law.

Otherwise, there won’t be much money left, according to plaintiffs’ lawyers and consumer advocates.

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