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The parents of a Georgia woman who died in a 2010 crash — and who settled a lawsuit with General Motors Co. last year — have filed a new lawsuit against GM. They claim the automaker fraudulently concealed evidence and says its corporate representative committed perjury in the original case.

An attorney said Monday he hopes to depose GM CEO Mary Barra in the new suit, plus Jim Federico, GM’s recently retired executive director of global vehicle integration who has taken a high-level job at Harley-Davidson. Attorney Lance Cooper of the Cooper Firm in Marietta, Ga., said he also wants to re-depose most of the dozen or so GM engineers who testified as part the lawsuit.

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