FRANKFURT, March 16 (Reuters) - German prosecutors searched the offices of Jones Day, the lawfirm tasked by Volkswagen with investigating its diesel emissions cheating scandal, a step which VW said was "unacceptable." German paper Handelsblatt first reported that the prosecutor's office in Munich had ordered the search as part of its probe into VW's role handling a cover up of systematic emissions cheating. "We see the actions of the Munich prosecutor as unacceptable ...
To access this content simply register below now.
Registering is easy and allows you to:
- Access all WardsAuto.com public content and newswire stories
- Participate in forums
- Comment on articles
- Sign up for e-newsletters
- And much more!