UPDATE 1-Toyota spars in US court over internal documents


* Plaintiffs' lawyers seek at least 125,000 pages * At issue are papers submitted to Congress, regulators * Automaker says request is premature, breaches rules (Updates with start of hearing) By Steve Gorman SANTA ANA, Calif., May 28 (Reuters) - Toyota's lawyers and class-action attorneys squared off in a 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 ...

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