PORTLAND, Ore., June 28 (Reuters) - Oregon is appealing a $500 million fraud settlement between truck maker Freightliner, its parent DaimlerChrysler and MAN AG because it excludes punitive damages in which the state would have a stake. The Oregon Department of Justice filed its appeal in the Multnomah County Circuit Court on June 15, state solicitor general Mary Williams said on Thursday. In December, the court ordered Portland-based Freightliner to pay MAN at least $488 million and, ...
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