Boeing and lawyers for the families of nearly all 157 people who died in the 737 MAX crash in Ethiopia are poised to announce an agreement that will effectively end almost all the civil suits against the plane-maker, according to multiple people familiar with the details.

Only two of the Flight ET 302 families have not signed on to the proposed agreement at this point, holding out for more accountability for the company and its executives. However, it’s legally uncertain how they can pursue Boeing further.


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