ArvinMeritor says court reinstates health benefits


NEW YORK, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Auto and truck parts maker ArvinMeritor Inc. said on Tuesday that a U.S. District Court made permanent a petition by the United Auto Workers union to block company efforts to modify its retiree health benefits. ArvinMeritor said that the U.S. District Court in Eastern Michigan on Aug. 17 denied a motion by the company and other defendants to summary judgment and ordered them to reimburse the plaintiffs for out-of-pocket expenses that were incurred since the ...

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