Delaware Chancery Judge Donald Parsons, who will be the one to set a value on the Chrysler stake held by the UAW's retiree healthcare trust, was expected to deliver a decision by the end of July. According to a Bloomberg report, it now appears he may throw a wrench into the works by requiring a trial that could add as much to a year to the process and put Fiat's plans to acquire the rest of Chrysler on hold. Sergio Marchionne, CEO of both Chrysler and Fiat, had hoped to be able to get a clear decision and move forward by the third quarter of this year, completing a merger of the two automakers in 2014. According to the original timetable, Judge Parsons was expected to make his ruling on the basis of pre-trial motions from both sides. However, Bloomberg cites Charles Elson, director of the John L. Weinberg..
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