Product liability claimants who lost their right to recover from General Motors LLC (GM) when that company’s assets were sold in bankruptcy have reportedly filed a notice of their intent to file an appeal to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. As we noted in the April 29, 2010, issue of this Report, a federal district court in New York dismissed as moot an appeal from a bankruptcy court ruling filed by plaintiffs with products liability claims pending against GM before it was sold in bankruptcy. The plaintiffs sought to overturn the bankruptcy court’s approval of the sale “free and clear” of their existing products liability claims. See Product Liability Law 360, May 18, 2010.