On Jan. 1, 2018, Tennessee became the first and only state in the U.S. to enact a law that eases restrictions against automobile dealers who profit from selling recalled vehicles to consumers without first performing safety recall repairs.
Under HB0141,… Read More
By Jennifer Bennett
As we’ve talked about before on this blog, what you don’t know can hurt you. Take Harvey Weinstein, for example, who was allegedly sexually harassing—and then blackballing—women in Hollywood for at least twenty years… Read More
A class action lawsuit is a claim filed by a group of people who have suffered identical or similar injuries and are suing the same person or corporation. The purpose of a class action lawsuit is to speed up the trial process by hearing all cases at once.
Often… Read More
A recent settlement in a class action lawsuit involving Forjas Taurus pistols provides an important reminder of why class action lawsuits are so important for protecting consumers and holding corporations liable for injuries to consumers.
A class action… Read More
Volkswagen (VW) has agreed to pay $4.3 billion in penalties and plead guilty to three felony charges as part of a settlement deal related to its fraudulent diesel emissions scheme.
The VW scandal affected approximately 590,000 vehicles in the U.S. that… Read More
A federal judge has approved a $14.7 billion settlement in Volkswagen’s emissions cheating case.
The settlement was approved on Tuesday and became the largest in U.S. automotive history after Volkswagen deceived regulators with software that fabricated… Read More
Since 2007, Ob-gyn Dr. Michael Fields has been documenting the complaints of women who have used the birth control implant, Essure. Over 5,000 women have filed grievances, which have been logged into a national database.
As a result of these complaints… Read More
Volkswagen (VW) is once again under fire for cheating emissions standards with special software. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Air Resources Board have accused VW of violating clean-air standards for longer and in more vehicles… Read More
Volkswagen (VW), the worlds largest automaker, is recalling 500,000 vehicles in the U.S. The call comes after VW admitted to using defeat device software in its diesel vehicles to make it look as though the vehicles were meeting U.S. emissions standards.
The… Read More
Following the confirmation of a seventh death linked to a defective Takata airbag, Honda and Toyota have added to the number of models recalled for these dangerous airbags.
On June 15, Honda confirmed that a seventh fatality had indeed occurred in one… Read More