A federal appeals court in Chicago overturns a November ruling by an Indianapolis district court judge that would have allowed millions of people filing claims against Ford Motor Co. and Bridgestone/Firestone Inc. to join in a class action lawsuit. Now 3 million Ford Explorer and 15 million Firestone tire owners will need to file individually, rather than joining in one combined case, if they want to pursue legal action against either company. The court ruled the potential number of ...

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