GM lawsuit accuses FCA of labor racketeering

General Motors on Wednesday filed a federal racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and three former FCA executives who have pleaded guilty in an ongoing federal corruption probe involving the UAW.

GM says FCA engaged in a “multiyear pattern of corruption … to undermine the integrity of the collective bargaining process and cause GM substantial damages.”

In addition to FCA, former executives Alphons Iacobelli, Jerome Durden and Michael Brown are named as defendants. The UAW was not named in the suit.