This brings total payments over the emissions scandal to the Golden State to nearly $687 million. Read more
A Volkswagen AG executive accused of aiding in a conspiracy to cover up a diesel emissions cheating scandal is set to enter a guilty plea. Read more
A New Jersey appeals court has rejected Volkswagen’s argument that the federal Clean Air Act preempts state court actions in the company’s emissions cheating scandal. Read more
The FTC had sought the proposed additional discovery, saying it’s “proportional to the needs of this case." Read more
The settlement requires Volkswagen to set aside up to $10 billion to buy back consumers’ cars. Read more
The suit followed Volkswagen’s 2015 announcement that the company deliberately installed software designed to cheat emissions. Read more
The settlement separates the two generations by engine type, and each generation receives different consideration in the settlement. Read more
Volkswagen agreed to pay 652 dealerships $1.208 billion in cash to resolve claims against it Read more
Volkswagen (VW) has reached a settlement worth at least $1 billion over 80,000 3.0 liter cars that were implicated in the emissions scandal. Read more
Volkswagen will pay up to $1.21 billion to 652 U.S. dealerships that were Volkswagen-branded franchise dealers as of Sept. 18, 2015. Read more
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