There was some fear that a Dodd-Frank-required GAO report on Stoneridge and secondary liability would be a Trojan horse for Congress to justify a broad expansion of liability for the benefit of lawyers at the expense of the economy, but the report turned out to be a nothing-burger of the "On the one hand, on the other hand" variety.
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