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Toyota says its problems with sudden unintended acceleration are in the rearview mirror, but newly disclosed documents raise questions that experts say have not yet been answered
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Peter Nesgos, who specializes in corporate deals in the space and satellite industry at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy in New York, talks to NLJ about the business of financing satellites
...Administration launched the study at the request of Congress, and it enlisted NASA engineers to research whether electronic systems or electromagnetic interference played any role...
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...rule would require an oral hearing. See Gulf Coast Inv. Corp. v. Nasa 1 Bus. Ctr., 754 S.W. 2d 152 (Tex. 1988) (oral hearing...
Justice Samuel Alito Jr.'s concurring opinion in the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision involving the Fourth Amendment and GPS surveillance triggered as many conflicting reviews among scholars, cou
A California judge on Thursday selected the first bellwether case against Toyota in consolidated state litigation over the automaker's sudden, unintended acceleration problems
...of an officer's text messages on his work pager, and NASA v. Nelson, concerning background checks of government scientists and contractors. Both...
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