The Melton case mentioned above that our firm, along with Lance Cooper, handled in Georgia was the sole reason GM’s bad conduct was initially uncovered. Read more
The court finds the settlement and plan of allocation to be fair, adequate, and reasonable to the settlement class and therefore is granting final approval. Read more
GM has assured consumers that the automaker has not received any reports of the Saab or Astra vehicles’ airbags exploding. Read more
Violating the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a serious offense – no matter how large or small the perpetrating company. Read more
GM is trying to convince the court that the ignition switch claims are solely against Old GM. Read more
NHTSA is now pressuring automakers to recall more vehicles more quickly – and has imposed record-setting fines. Read more
The automaker announced on Sept. 17 that it had resolved more than half of all death and personal injury lawsuits in the massive ignition switch MDL. Read more
The defective ignition switches affected 2.6 million vehicles made in the U.S. from 2003 through 2011. Read more
The judge also ruled that acts by New GM personnel or knowledge of New GM personnel, including any knowledge that the employees may have acquired while previously working at Old GM, may be i... Read more
GM, as well as other automakers, appears to be experiencing more scrutiny by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) related to unreasonable safety-related risks to consum... Read more
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