1. Nissan’s Civil Court Case Against Former Chairman Ghosn Opens in Japan

    Nissan’s Civil Court Case Against Former Chairman Ghosn Opens in Japan

    A civil court trial has begun in Japan over Nissan’s demand for 10 billion yen (£73 million) in damages from its former chairman, Carlos Ghosn. T he automaker has sued Ghosn over what it says is harm suffered from various types of alleged financial misconduct. Ghosn jumped bail late last year while awaiting a separate criminal trial in Japan. Nissan carried out a robust and thorough internal investigation that included external lawyers...

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    1. Nissan carried out a robust and thorough internal investigation that included external lawyers. The investigation concluded that Ghosn intentionally committed serious misconduct.
    2. The current Nissan civil lawsuit is an extension to the extremely unreasonable internal investigation with sinister intent by a portion of Nissan's senior management and the unreasonable arrests and indictments by the public prosecutors.
    3. Attorney Gohara has continually pointed out serious problems with respect to the investigations and indictments by the public prosecutors and the governance of Nissan who banished me.
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