* Plaintiffs' lawyers seek at least 125,000 pages * At issue are papers submitted to Congress, regulators * Automaker says request is premature, breaches rules By Steve Gorman SANTA ANA, Calif., May 28 (Reuters) - Toyota's lawyers and class-action attorneys were set to square off in U.S. federal court on Friday over how quickly the automaker must produce documents from previous investigations of complaints about its cars racing out of control. Attorneys pursuing scores of personal ...
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