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August 23, 2018

Margie Daniel et al. vs. Ford Motor Company

Owners of Ford Focus automobiles alleged the cars suffered from excessive tire wear due to a suspension defect. Econ One and Prof Leamer reviewed analyses of vehicle auction data, warranty data, crash data, and third-party fleet data by opposing experts to assess evidence of whether or not there was a product defect.

Industries: Automotive

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