US judge keeps bulk of Toyota consumer suit intact

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* Tentative ruling expected to be formalized next week * Judge sides against company on size of prospective class * Plaintiffs need not identify specific defect By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES, Nov 19 (Reuters) - A federal judge tentatively ruled on Friday he would leave intact the bulk of a consumer class-action case against Toyota seeking damages for economic losses stemming from complaints about cars that raced out of control. In a key setback for the automaker, the judge held that ...

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