(CBS DETROIT) – Fiat Chrysler scored a minor victory Tuesday against General Motors.

A U.S. district judge is allowing them to delay turning over documents requested by GM in an ongoing racketeering lawsuit.

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The suit accuses Fiat Chrysler of corrupting labor negotiations to hurt GM.

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The Detroit automaker has until March 9 to respond to Fiat Chrysler’s request to dismiss the case.

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