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FCA Fights Trial Redo After Price Bias Suit Victory

Law360, New York (December 13, 2016, 1:38 PM EST) -- Fiat Chrysler on Monday urged a California federal judge not to order a retrial after escaping a San Jose dealership’s $1.7 million antitrust suit accusing the automaker of offering better incentives to local rivals, saying bad jury instructions were not the reason for the dealer’s loss.

FCA US LLC — formerly known as Chrysler Group — said that only after trial did the Stevens Creek dealership take issue with its requirement to simultaneously provide proof that competing dealers charged different prices based on incentives, and to show that these incentives were not functionally available to it. FCA contended that the parties...

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September 12, 2013

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