Toyota has settled two high-profile cases involving sudden unintended acceleration that were set for trial in February, according to the Los Angeles Times.Read More »
A federal jury in New York found that Toyota Motor Corp. isn’t responsible for a 2005 crash that the driver blamed on the floor mat or the electronic throttle, in the first case to go to trial since automaker recalled ...Read More »
In addition to a wide array of drug litigation, 2010 brought verdicts and settlements involving a number of other products, including Toyota vehicles, asbestos and tobacco. Here is a look at some of the highlights from the year just past.Read More »
As we flip the calendar, let’s take a look at the ten most significant federal and state decisions of 2010.
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When he agreed to take a tragic case involving a family who careened to their death in their 2009 Toyota Lexus ES 350, John Gomez had no idea it would spark a massive recall of millions of vehicles, a federal investigation ...Read More »
Toyota may be liable for economic losses suffered by car buyers as a result of alleged sudden acceleration problems in the company’s vehicles, a U.S. District Court in California has ruled in partially denying a motion to dismiss.Read More »