GM Recall Shines Light on Lawyer

Lance Cooper's Case settled confidentially, but his findings about a GM ignition part led to massive recall

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Last week, as the national media and the U.S. Congress credited Lance Cooper's discovery with exposing a corporate cover-up and federal regulatory lapse and pushing General Motors to recall 1.5 million cars with a potentially deadly ignition defect, Cooper was in his Marietta office doing what he usually does: preparing for a trial, initiating a new lawsuit and investigating other potential cases.

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