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  • Toyota Recall Expanded Yet Again
    Jan-28-10 Washington, DC Last night the beleaguered automotive giant Toyota recalled an additional 1.1 million vehicles to repair yet another problem involving unintended acceleration. Initial concern over Toyota accelerator pedals getting jammed in poorly-fitting floor mats compelled Toyota to recall 4.2 million vehicles in November 2009. Late last week Toyo...
  • Toyota Expands Recall, Halts Sales and Idles Plants Over Sticking Accelerator
    Jan-27-10 New York, NY Toyota has idled its production plants in an effort to secure sufficient parts to take care of 2.3 recalled vehicles —a number that exceeds the manufacturer's total output last year. The recall even affects General Motors (GM), whose Pontiac Vibe is essentially the same car as the Toyota Matrix and was included in the massive reca...
  • Amazon to Pay $500,000 in COVID-19 Notice Lawsuit
    Nov-29-21 San Francisco, CA  On November 15, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced that Amazon had agreed to pay the State of California $500,000 and amend its Covid-19 notification practices to comply with California’s new “right-to-know” law. AB 685, enacted in December 2020, amended the California Labor Code to require employe...
  • More Banks Close, Bankruptcies Expected to Rise
    Nov-7-09 Washington, DC While it was painful, the recent bankruptcy of General Motors (GM) shows that bankruptcy law can be a viable option in the face of insurvivable bankruptcy debt and other challenges stemming from an injured economy. As with GM, many companies and private individuals have emerged from the pain of bankruptcy stronger, with the help of a per...
  • New Auto Defect Report Spells Gloom for Owners of GM and Chrysler Vehicles
    Jul-9-09 Rehoboth, MA The new era emerging in the automotive industry will have an impact on issues surrounding auto defects and those encumbered with a defective car. Thanks to a loophole built into the US auto industry rescue package, liability for the defective auto no longer appears to be a worry for the newly-reborn General Motors and Chrysler. Meanwh...
  • Chrysler Bankruptcy Leaves Auto Defect Plaintiffs Hanging
    Jun-6-09 Washington, DC Ever since the first Model T came off the assembly line, the auto defect has been a part of automotive life for both manufacturer and consumer. For the latter a defective automobile is not only a frustration, it can also be injurious and defective auto lawsuits are commonplace. That won't change, as manufacturers must continue to be legall...
  • Causeway Mutual Fund Losses Cause for Concern
    Nov-12-08 Los Angeles, CA When the Causeway investment fund closed itself off to most new investors on February 28, 2005 the management of the Fund stated they believed it was prudent to limit asset flows into the Fund before it reached asset capacity, in order to preserve the Fund's investment flexibility and integrity. Causeway International Value Fund re-opened...
  • Dex Cool Settlement: Interview with Eric Gibbs
    Mar-25-08 San Francisco, CA: "From the perspective of our clients, the Dex Cool settlement is quite an achievement," says lawyer Eric H. Gibbs, of Girard Gibbs LLP. "There are over 100 named plaintiffs and hundreds of thousands of class members, making this one of the largest recoveries arising from allegations of automobile defects that I know of." A number of l...
  • Supplier for Chrysler Files Bankruptcy
    Feb-4-08 Auburn Hills, MI: If Chrysler hasn't already had its fair share of trouble, Plastech Engineered Products, Inc., a plastics supplier for Chrysler, has filed for bankruptcy protection . This has Chrysler hurriedly securing their inventory of plastic parts used in a number of vehicles including the Chrysler 300. The Friday bankruptcy filing follows Plaste...
  • SUV Rollover: A Tragic End for a Young Woman
    Oct-17-07 Washington, DC Laura Lynam, aged 17, was in the passenger seat of an SUV when it rolled over. The roof crushed like a tin can and the airbags didn't deploy—Laura was killed instantly. Tragic incidents like this make you wonder how vehicles are tested for car crashworthiness . At 9.30 am on October 17, 2004 seven teenagers, including Laura, piled...
  • TIAA ERISA LAWSUIT TARGETS SELF-DEALING IN LOAN ADMINISTRATION
    Mar-16-20 New York, NY Retirement plan participants who are concerned that plan administrators and service providers may be running the plan for their own benefit can extract three important lessons from Haley v. Teachers Ins. & Annuity Assoc. of America . First, the possibility that plan fiduciaries and record keepers may be engaged in self-dealing is a very...
  • General Casualty Insurance pays $1.27 million insurance settlement in fire damage lawsuit.
    Grand Blanc Township, MI: (May-29-08) Grand Blanc Court and Fitness brought a lawsuit against General Casualty Insurance based in Wisconsin, seeking compensation for their business, which was destroyed in a December 2007 fire. Records indicate that Kevin and Annette Kaczmarek, owners of Grand Blanc Court and Fitness announced plans to upgrade fitness equ...
  • General Electric Co. and SABIC Innovative Plastics
    Bryan, TX: (May-23-08) The Texas A&M University System brought charges against General Electric Co. and SABIC Innovative Plastics, alleging that the two companies used the university's patented research without obtaining a license to do so. The dispute stemmed from the use of a scratch-resistant polymer developed by A&M researchers and patented by the Te...
  • Slip and Fall - Slip and Fall Injury, Slip and Fall Accidents, Slip and Fall Attorney
    A Slip and Fall injury often occurs from a slip and fall accident due to dangerous conditions, from the environment to the supermarket to your home. It is in your best interest to talk with a slip and fall attorney who can help with your slip and fall claim and possibly a slip and fall settlement. Slip and Fall Accidents In a slip a...
  • Predatory Practices, Blue Hippo agrees to $3 million settlement after selling expensive products to people with poor credit
    Baltimore, MD: (Feb-6-08) The Maryland attorney general's office brought charges against Maryland-based company Blue Hippo in 2007, alleging that the company engaged in predatory practices. The lawsuit claimed that Blue Hippo sold computers and plasma TVs to people with poor or no credit. Sources close to the case stated that a settlement was reached in th...
  • Healthfirst PHSP and St. Barnabas Community Health Plan Medicaid Duplicate Billing Settlement
    New York, NY: (Aug-07-07) A settlement was reached with two companies, Healthfirst PHSP and St. Barnabas Community Health Plan and the state attorney general's office. The companies, who administered health care for the state, agreed to return $7 million that they received through duplicate billings. The recovery stemed from an audit of the state Medicaid...
  • Testosterone Lawsuits Continue to Rise
    Apr-6-14 Philadelphia, PA As the debate over testosterone side effects continues to heat up, two new lawsuits within a week have appeared in Philadelphia. While there are various manufacturers and brands of the testosterone gels, creams and patches that have become the rage in recent years, Auxilium Pharmaceuticals’ Testim is a target for both. To that...
  • Vytorin Fraudulent Marketing Class Action Lawsuit
    The makers of the cholesterol drug Vytorin are under fire for allegedly making false claims in their marketing campaign. New York Attorney-General Andrew Cuomo is investigating whether Vytorin's marketing campaign violated the state's laws regarding false advertising. Specifically, officials are concerned that, despite results from a study that found Vytorin...
  • Plavix Lawsuit - Plavix Bleeding, Plavix Stomach Bleeding, Plavix Side Effects
    Patients who take Plavix to ward off heart attack or stroke may find that the risk of Plavix side effects is greater than the potential benefit. Studies suggest a link between Plavix and bleeding and a risk of Plavix interactions with other medications. Patients who have been harmed by use of Plavix may be eligible to file a Plavix lawsuit against t...
  • Addictive Opioid Medication Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    The Opioid Epidemic has spurred lawsuits filed by individuals, the Cherokee Nation, cities, counties and states in the U.S. and other countries, including Canada. These opioid lawsuits claim that drug companies have deceived doctors and the public about the safety of Addictive Opioid Medications such as Oxycontin, Fentanyl and Percocet. A number of parties...
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