Former Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx has asked a bankruptcy court judge to dismiss a lawsuit that attempts to recover compensation he received from his former employer, defunct bus maker DesignLine. In his current role as U.S. transportation secretary, he was in Charlotte recently to announce a $25 million grant.
Former Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx has asked a bankruptcy court judge to dismiss a lawsuit that attempts to recover compensation he received from his former employer, defunct bus maker DesignLine. In his current role as U.S. transportation secretary, he was in Charlotte recently to announce a $25 million grant. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
Former Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx has asked a bankruptcy court judge to dismiss a lawsuit that attempts to recover compensation he received from his former employer, defunct bus maker DesignLine. In his current role as U.S. transportation secretary, he was in Charlotte recently to announce a $25 million grant. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

Former Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx seeks dismissal of claims over DesignLine work

December 03, 2015 09:09 AM

UPDATED December 03, 2015 05:14 PM

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