In the sudden acceleration cases against Toyota, there are confidential documents and highly confidential documents. And then there are what the judges overseeing most of the cases called the company
In the sudden acceleration cases against Toyota, there are confidential documents and highly confidential documents. And then there is what the judge overseeing most of the cases called the company's
...costs and fees, including those charged by outside counsel, led by Mark Robinson of NewportBeach, Calif.'s Robinson Calcagnie Robinson Shapiro Davis Inc. Robinson, who...
In the wake of Toyota Motor Corp.'s estimated $1.3 billion settlement involving claims of unintended acceleration, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration continues to push for a rule that
A federal judge overseeing the first nationwide trial involving sudden, unintended acceleration has tentatively issued a sanction against Toyota, concluding that the company's failure to contact a la
...access and download the EDR," wrote Robinson, senior partner in Robinson Calcagnie Robinson Shapiro Davis in Newport Beach, Calif. "Toyota has scrambled...
So far, 11 cases have been posited for potential bellwether trials in the California state litigation. Toyota has picked five. The plaintiffs' steering committee chose four but, in a last-minute stra
...meet jurisdictional requirements. Plaintiffs' attorney Mark Robinson, a senior partner at Robinson, Calcagnie & Robinson in Newport Beach, Calif., filed an amended complaint, dropping...
...go to trial. During the hearing, attorney Scot Wilson, counsel at Robinson, Calcagnie & Robinson in Newport Beach, Calif., argued that the plaintiffs were...
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