Toyota sanctions waiver might explain purported settlement

, The National Law Journal

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A sudden-acceleration lawsuit against Toyota Motor Corp.—which the plaintiff's attorney says has settled—was declared a bellwether case because it raises issues similar to hundreds of pending wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits against the automaker. Except for one thing: sanctions.

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  • It would be worth a shot to refer to the June sanctions order but the investigations the sanctions pertain to were for a specific vehicle...there is no telling that whatever may have been found in that investigation would have been found in other vehicles for similar cases.

  • Marcelino

    There translation to the Spanish?

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