West Michigan: Newsmakers Sept. 18, 2010

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Grand Rapids Press:

An attorney for dozens of people with flood-damaged cars in the aftermath of the 2009 B-93 Birthday bash will press on with a legal case, despite a recent setback at the state Court of Appeals. Appeals court justices decided not to hear attorney John Tallman's argument to give class-action status to the car owners. An Ionia County judge earlier denied the status. Now, Tallman said he plans to seek a reversal from the state Supreme Court. "The political balance is different there," he said. "Maybe they will see things differently." Tallman is representing 61 clients in connection with vehicles flooded when the Grand River rose rapidly June 20, 2009, leaving up to 1,400 vehicles in varying levels of water... Car owners flooded by B-93 Birthday Bash in 2009 can't seek class-action suit, appeals court says (Fri, 9/17)

 

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