Chrysler Dealers File Brief Opposing Government’s Takings Appeal

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Nearly 150 former Chrysler dealers whose franchises were terminated as part of the Government’s TARP restructuring of Chrysler today filed their brief opposing the Government’s interlocutory appeal of their taking case in the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. At issue is whether the trial court was correct when it denied the Government’s motion to dismiss their case—an issue the court then certified for interlocutory appeal.

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Topics:  Car Dealerships, DaimlerChrysler, Fifth Amendment, Restructuring, Takings, TARP

Published In: Constitutional Law Updates

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