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  • When a Car Recall Leads to a Securities Lawsuit
    Nov-14-15 New York, NY: A recent car recall has led to a securities fraud lawsuit being filed against an automaker. The lawsuit, filed against Fiat Chrysler, alleges the company made false and misleading statements linked to its securities. The Detroit News (11/6/15) reports that the lawsuit was filed against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, CEO Sergio Marchio...
  • Is Daytrana Worth the Side Effects?
    Nov-12-15 New York, NY: Patients who use Daytrana have been told to watch for Daytrana side effects , including discoloration of the skin. Skin discoloration, which is not dangerous but can be permanent, has been linked to the use of the Daytrana patch, used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). According to the US Food and Drug Administration...
  • $200M Settlement Imposed on Takata for Defective Air Bags
    Washington, DC: The Department of Transportation' National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued two orders regarding defective Takata air bag inflators. The orders impose the largest civil penalty in NHTSA' history for Takata' violations of the Motor Vehicle Safety Act, and for the first time use NHTSA' authority to accelerate recall rep...
  • VW Owners File $1 Billion Suit
    Sep-24-15 Edmonton, AB Volkswagen owners in Canada are so revved up over the German automaker’s blatantly deceptive and false auto emissions information that they have filed a $1 billion (that’s billion with a “b”) lawsuit against the company. United States and European law firms have also filed against Volkswagen (VW); however, VW is...
  • GM to Pay $900M to End Criminal Charges over Ignition Switch Defect
    New York, NY: General Motors (GM) has agreed to pay $900 million to bring closure to criminal charges brought against by the US government over allegations the automaker hid a handle lethal ignition switch defect, which has resulted in at least 124 deaths. According to a report in Automotive News, GM admitted to failing to disclose the defect to...
  • $8 Million Award Upheld Against Trucking Companies and Driver
    Sep-17-15 An Illinois appeals court upheld an $8 million damages award against two trucking companies and the driver who struck and killed the plaintiff’s wife. There were four defendants in the case: • Transfreight, a trucking company contracted with Toyota to make parts deliveries. • Kiswani Trucking, which was responsible for delivering the goods...
  • Zimmer Saddled with Yet Another Failed Knee Implant
    Sep-16-15 Washington, DC With the first bellwether trial over the failed Zimmer NexGen Knee implant set to go on October 13 (In Re: Zimmer NexGen Knee Implant Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2272), the manufacturer has yet another potential albatross on its hands with the recent recall of its Persona knee components after reports of failures. It is expected t...
  • FDA Issues Class 1 Recall of Zimmer M/L Taper with Kinectiv Technology Prosthesis
    Washington, DC: The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Zimmer have issued a Class 1 recall of the Zimmer M/L Taper with Kinectiv Technology Femoral Stems and Necks are Tivanium® alloy implants used for hip replacements. The company found a process monitoring failure that led to higher than expected amounts of manufacturing residues left...
  • First Car-Hacking Class Action Filed against Ford, GM and Toyota
    Jul-25-15 Dallas, TX So, imagine you are driving at 70 mph in your car when suddenly the windshield wipers go on, the entertainment system clicks on full blast, the horn is honking and the air conditioner starts blowing arctic cold air. Then suddenly you feel the brakes engage. The vehicle is coming to full stop with a freeway full of cars coming up fast in your rea...
  • Inferior Cava Filter Lawsuits Highlight Inferior IVC Filters
    Jul-25-15 Bloomington, IN The recent arrival of new chief executive officer Pete Yonkman at medical device manufacturer Cook Group Inc. provides a renewed platform for debate with regard to IVC filter lawsuits and where litigation fits in with the recently installed CEO’s list of priorities. The inferior vena cava filter is a medical device that is implant...
  • Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak Prompts AFC Tuna Recall
    Gardena, CA: The US Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control have issued warnings regarding a multi-state outbreak of Salmonella Paratyphi B variant L(+) tartrate(+). So far, illness has been reported from 11 states. Eleven ill people have been hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. The salmonella outbreak appears to s...
  • Toyota Defective Steering Class Action Reaches Settlement
    Los Angeles, CA: A settlement has been reached between Toyota and over 800,000 drivers in a pending defective automotive class action lawsuit. The suit, filed in California federal court, claims that the power steering systems of some Corollas caused the vehicles to drift out control. According to court documents, lead plaintiffs Irene C...
  • Anti-Coagulation Medications Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    Anti-coagulation lawsuits have been filed against the makers of certain anti-coagulation medications alleging the makers of those medications did not carry adequate warnings about the risks of anti-coagulation side effects . Side effects associated with certain blood thinners include an increased risk of life-threatening uncontrolled bleeding. Anti...
  • Takata Admits Airbags Defective Recalls 33.8M Vehicles
    May-19-15 Detroit, MI Takata Corp, the manufacturer of the defective airbags installed in Toyota, Nissan and Honda vehicles, has announced it is recalling about 33.8 million vehicles which have the airbags. The recall is expected to be the largest in US history, affecting nearly one in seven cars on the roads in the US. The company has reportedly filed a s...
  • Honda Recalls 4.89 Million Cars With Takata Airbags
    May-14-15 Washington, DC Japanese car maker Honda is recalling 4.89 million vehicles equipped with potentially faulty Takata air bags. This recall is in addition to earlier recalls issued by Honda, Toyota and Nissan over defective airbags. This extended recall covers 14 of Honda’s models produced between 2002 and 2008, including the Civic and CR-V rang...
  • Airbag Investigation Announced
    Apr-7-15 Washington, DC Following a year in which airbag recalls and defective airbags have been in the news repeatedly comes an announcement from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that it is opening an investigation into a Nissan airbag recall. Meanwhile, more airbag lawsuits have been filed concerning the Takata airbag recall, which a...
  • Syngenta GMO Corn Seed Lawsuit Legal News and Information
    Hundreds of Syngenta Genetically Modified Corn Seed Sales lawsuits have been filed nationwide, claiming Syngenta knew, or should have known, that its genetically modified Viptera corn seed (Agrisure Viptera or MIR 162) and Duracade corn seed would contaminate US corn shipments and prevent the corn from being sold to export markets, particularly Ch...
  • $11M Awarded in Toyota Camry Sudden Unintended Acceleration Lawsuit
    Feb-4-15 Los Angeles, CA An $11 million verdict has been awarded to the plaintiffs in a Toyota sudden acceleration personal injury lawsuit resulting from a defect in a 1996 Camry. The jury ruled that the defect contributed to an accident which left three people dead and two seriously injured. While the jury found that the Camry’s driver, Koua Fong Lee, was...
  • $11M Awarded in Toyota Camry Sudden Unintended Acceleration Lawsuit
    Los Angeles, CA: An $11 million verdict has been awarded to the plaintiffs in a Toyota sudden acceleration personal injury lawsuit resulting from a defect in a 1996 Camry. The jury ruled that the defect contributed to an accident which left three people dead and two seriously injured. While the jury found that the Camry' driver, Koua Fong Lee, was 4...
  • Hagens Berman Expands National Takata Airbag Safety Recall Investigation
    Jan-20-15 SEATTLE (January 16, 2015) (Press Release) Attorneys at national consumer-rights law firm, Hagens Berman, already representing dozens of plaintiffs with Honda vehicles in class-action lawsuits against Takata, have expanded their national investigation regarding the Takata airbag safety defect affecting millions of vehicles and linked to at least five fatal...
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