Five class members have appealed the recent approval of a $1.6 billion settlement between Toyota and thousands of consumers who claim to have lost value on their vehicles following the 2010 recalls f
A California man who objected to the $1.6 billion sudden-acceleration class action settlement with Toyota because the deal might have released his claims in a separate case has failed to secure class
National Law Journal
A U.S. federal judge approved last Friday a $1.6 billion settlement between Toyota Motor Corp. and consumers of its vehicles who claimed economic losses because of the company's sudden acceleration r
National Law Journal
After raising questions last month about the deal, U.S. District Judge James Selna in Santa Ana, Calif., gave his final approval to a $1.6 billion settlement between Toyota Motor Corp. and consumers
The Sept. 28 unanimous panel ruling in Graczyk v. West Publishing Co. affirmed a September 2009 dismissal by Judge Robert Gettleman of the Northern District of Illinois — but only on one of two
...of Kirtland & Packard in El Segundo, Calif.; Ben Barnow of Barnow & Associates in Chicago; and Joe R. Whatley Jr. of Whatley, Drake &...
More than 50 attorneys and law firms submitted applications to help lead the massive multidistrict litigation against Toyota Motor Corp., which has recalled at least 8 million vehicles due sudden uni
...Brill in New York. • Ben Barnow, managing partner of Barnow & Associates in Chicago. • Eric Snyder of Bailey & Glasser in...
...at the fairness hearing. Ben Barnow of Chicago-based Barnow and Associates, who is one of three co-lead plaintiffs' lawyers, said that...
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