Haeger V. Goodyear: Just Put The Cookie Back In The Jar

Law360, New York (April 28, 2017, 11:19 AM EDT) -- In its sixty-six page sanctions order, the Arizona District Court noted twenty-five times that the tire manufacturer’s lawyers or its designee made false or misleading statements. See generally Haeger v. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. et al., Order, No. CV-05-02024 (D. Ariz. Nov. 8, 2012).[1]

As to the manufacturer’s 30(b)(6) designee, the court wrote that “Goodyear’s 30(b)(6) witness provided false testimony but the falsity emerged only as a result of Goodyear’s inability to keep its falsehoods straight.” Id. at 38. By withholding the crucial tire testing and denying its existence, the court wrote, Goodyear and its lawyers “engaged in repeated and...

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