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A Toyota attorney-turned whistleblower can submit internal Toyota documents in court to prove his claim that the company asked him to hide evidence of product defects, Judge Greg Taylor, the case arbitrator, has ruled.

Dimitrios Biller, former managing counsel for Toyota, claims that the company regularly hid evidence of safety defects from regulators and the public. As part of a civil racketeering suit against Toyota, Biller wanted to place into evidence four boxes of internal Toyota documents.

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