Aiello Quoted on Pricing Probe Costs to Small Automotive Suppliers

05 February 2012 Crain’s Detroit Business News

Crain’s Detroit Business

Partner Mark Aiello observes that automotive suppliers are increasingly seeking code of conduct and business ethics policies to provide to their employees in response to the U.S. Department of Justice's (DOJ) ongoing large-scale antitrust investigation of the automotive supply base. He adds that growing publicity around the DOJ's investigation has paralleled further outreach down the supply chain and increased communication with suppliers' marketing and sales departments.

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