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Hyundai and Kia could be on the hook to pay at least $28.9 million to Paice LLC for patent infringement, but they are appealing.


VW Customers Have Contacted One Firm In 'Unprecedented' Numbers

Livid at the prospect of losing thousands of dollars from the value of their cars and performance from their diesel engines, many owners of Volkswagens are headed to court.


Californian Uber drivers may have won class action status in a lawsuit, but Uber isn't about to let this decision go without a fight


$575 Million in Civil Settlements

GM is paying a $900-million settlement to the US government and agreeing to three years of oversight to deal with a criminal investigation into the automaker's handling of the ignition switch recall. The company is also spending $575 million to deal with two civil cases.


A woman is suing New York City after she spent eight days in a mental hospital because, she claims, police didn't believe she could own a BMW.


Maserati North America is being sued by a dealer over allegations that the company incentivized its stores to fabricate sales of the Ghibli.


A lawsuit in US District Court alleges that vehicles with keyless ignitions are dangerous because people inadvertently leave their vehicles running. The owners are then at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning.


Due to problems with Uber's background checks, the San Francisco district attorney says he will broaden the scope of an ongoing consumer-protection lawsuit.


FCA is appealing the already reduced $40 million judgment against the company in Georgia where a four-year-old boy died in a Jeep Grand Cherokee fire.


With Andretti Sports Management in financial trouble, two of its former top executives allege that Andretti Autosport is insolvent as well. However Michael Andretti refutes the charges.


Tony Stewart may finally be compelled to appear in court over the death of Kevin Ward Jr. last year as the bereaved family has filed a wrongful death civil lawsuit against the culprit.


A Superior Court judge in Georgia has reduced the damages Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will be ordered to pay to the family of Remington Walden, who died three years ago in a Jeep Grand Cherokee fire.


The class-action lawsuit over battery packs in 2011 and 2012 Nissan Leaf EVs in hot climates has been settled. The gist: new, not replacement, batteries.


A federal judge in rules that California taxicab companies can sue Uber for advertising that it offers the safest rides on the road.


Ford is facing a $1 billion lawsuit for allegedly infringing on the intellectual property of software company Versata. The legal case is already quite complicated.


NHTSA is blocking former boss David Strickland from testifying for Toyota in a legal case out of perceived conflict of interest.


The crash of a 2005 Honda Civic in Louisiana in April might be the seventh fatality linked to Takata's faulty airbag inflators.


A former managing director of Fiat Chrysler Australia is accused of misappropriating the equivalent of $23.1 million. He bought yachts, held lavish Christmas parties, and supported friends' businesses.


The bankruptcy judge deciding whether New GM is responsible for ignition switch cases from before 2009 is putting all of the suits on hold until the US Court of Appeals decides whether to uphold his ruling.


Mujeeb Ijaz, at the center of a poaching lawsuit brought against Apple, was making $294,000 per month when he worked at A123 Systems and was poached by Apple.


Apple has come to an undisclosed settlement with battery firm A123 Systems for allegedly poaching five of the company's employees. The workers were allegedly hired to work on Apple's car project.

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