The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit said U.S. District Judge Shira Scheindlin had given the "appearance of partiality" when she declared New York City's "stop-and-frisk" policy unconstit
...settlement in a high-profile wrongful death suit on behalf of a...
An attempt to hold Daimler A.G. liable in U.S. courts for alleged human rights violations in Argentina 30 years ago encountered across-the-bench skepticism in the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday
Toyota has won the first bellwether trial over sudden acceleration defects after a Los Angeles jury found no design defects caused a 2006 Camry to suddenly accelerate, killing its 66-year-old driver
National Law Journal
A verdict in the case could serve as a barometer for the rest of the California cases, and for hundreds of personal injury or wrongful death cases across the United States
A verdict in the case could serve as a barometer for the rest of the California cases, and for hundreds of personal injury or wrongful death cases across the nation
...since Rob Warden began investigating wrongful convictions, and much has changed...Illinois’ abolition of the death penalty largely was a response...
National Law Journal
Jurors in Los Angeles heard opening statements Thursday in the first bellwether trial against Toyota Motor Corp. over acceleration defects
Jurors in Los Angeles heard opening statements Thursday in the first bellwether trial against Toyota Motor Corp. over acceleration defects. The plaintiffs in the case are asking for $20 million in da
While most of the massive litigation against Toyota involved alleged defects with the electronic throttle control system, the first trial claims that Toyota failed to install a brake override system
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