Honda reiterated its position that it did not conceal knowledge of Takata defects, but instead was itself a victim of deception by Takata officials.
Transmissions and differentials overheated, triggering limp mode.
The suits claim deception, losses, damages.
Good news for owners of rusty Tacomas, Tundras, and Sequoias.
VW's legal logic says Californians should be suing in German court.
Your mileage may vary, indeed.
The $15 billion settlement in the VW diesel scandal has a lot of ins and outs. Here's a simple explanation of what's happening.
BMW's lawsuit stems from range-extended i3's highway performance at low battery levels.
Hagens Berman has filed a class-action suit that claims Mercedes vehicles 'do not meet emission standards in virtually all real world driving conditions.'
After failing to get a class-action lawsuit dismissed, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick will go to court over price fixing claims.
A class-action lawsuit against Lyft in California has ended with a $12.5 million settlement, but app-using drivers won't be classified as employees.
New York judge declines to throw the mpg-spurred case out.
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
Three drivers in California are taking Uber to court over possible violations of labor laws. A federal judge has turned it into a class action suit.
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 group of more than 500 body shops in 36 states have filed a lawsuit against the nation's top insurers over a practice called "steering", which is when insurers use various tactics to lead a policyholder to one of the company's preferred repair shops after an accident. The insurance industry says it doesn't happen, a CNN investigation and at least two attorneys general say otherwise.
Attorneys are continuing to fight to prove that the recalls from General Motors this year allegedly affect vehicle resale values. A $10 billion lawsuit, which is hoping to obtain class-action status, could cover as many as 27 million vehicles and consolidates hundreds of smaller claims. This latest case appears to be related to the one from June in California but is now in a New York court. Both are brought by the law firm Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP.
In retrospect, Eileen McMonigal believes she looked like the perfect target for a scam. She had recently fractured an ankle, so when her flight arrived in Tampa, Florida, she needed a wheelchair to get around the airport. A young escort helped collect her belongings, which included carryon luggage and a puppy in a travel carrier.
Oh, lawyers. Don't ever change. That Washington State firm that filed a "potentially precedent-setting" lawsuit against General Motors has just had a few of its primary arguments shot full of holes in a new story from TheDetroitBureau.com.