More than 120 auto dealers hit Carfax Inc. with a $50 million lawsuit in New York federal court Monday, claiming the company has created a monopoly in the vehicle history report market and has lowered the reliability of VHRs while increasing the price.
A North Carolina federal judge on Monday refused to certify a class action accusing two Volvo Group units of concealing engine defects from consumers, saying the plaintiffs failed to address what state’s laws should apply to warranty claims.
A New Jersey federal judge on Friday preliminarily approved a settlement in which Volkswagen Group of America Inc. agreed to reimburse and extend warranties for a conditionally certified class of Audi and Volkswagen vehicle owners who launched suit over allegedly defective headlights.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled Friday in a precedential decision that the four-year statute of limitations on arbitration over underinsured motorist claims begins on the date of the settlement with the underinsured driver.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday granted DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s petition to review a Ninth Circuit ruling finding that a California federal court had jurisdiction over the German automaker in Argentine nationals' suit over union-busting activities and human rights violations by the Argentine government.
The Ninth Circuit ruled Friday that while federal law allowed a Medicare Advantage plan to charge an auto company for $137,000 in hospital bills covering a man fatally hit by a car, the provider had no private right of action to recover the money.
The D.C. Circuit gave its blessing on Friday to a cross-border trucking program with Mexico, rejecting a union's claims that the program was unlawful because the U.S. Department of Transportation held Mexican trucks to lower safety and emissions standards than American ones.
A European leveraged buyout fund managed by U.S. private equity titan Carlyle Group LP has acquired a "significant" stake in U.K. car service firm Addison Lee from its founders, Carlyle announced Friday.
The Florida Senate Appropriations Committee approved a bill Thursday that would eliminate a tax rebate for insurers worth $230 million annually in order to offset the bill's reduction in state vehicle registration fees, despite industry representatives' claims that the rebate is an important incentive and job creator.
An Arizona judge on Wednesday issued a directed verdict in favor of BMW of North America LLC in a $5 million suit blaming allegedly defective airbags for a driver's severe injuries suffered during a high-speed collision.
Landmark American Insurance Co. on Wednesday asked an Alabama district court for a declaration that it does not have to defend or indemnify the Industrial Development Board of the City of Montgomery in two class actions regarding price guarantees for land given up for a Hyundai manufacturing site.
The U.S. International Trade Commission announced Thursday it has launched an investigation into how the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement between the U.S. and the European Union will impact the domestic economy.
A move by New York's top court reviving Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to deploy a new cab fleet in New York City's outer boroughs would hand sweeping power to the state lawmakers who approved it and undercut cities' legislative autonomy, lawyers for cabbies said ahead of oral arguments next week.
A Pennsylvania appeals court on Tuesday reversed the granting of a mistrial in an asbestos suit won by Ford Motor Co., Honeywell International Inc. and another company, ruling that the plaintiffs never properly objected to the participation of an extra juror.
German automaker Daimler AG has initiated the sale of its remaining 7.5 percent stake in Airbus parent EADS NV, with the Dutch aerospace company telling the automaker it will buy roughly €600 million ($788.4 million) in the offering, Daimler said Tuesday.
Private equity-backed Hertz Corp. will scoop up a 20 percent stake in China Auto Rental, a move that gives the New Jersey rental car mainstay a toehold in a fast-growing market, the company said Tuesday.
A proposed class action accusing Chrysler Group LLC of concealing a defect in its 2009 and 2010 Dodge Journeys will now be litigated in New Jersey after the carmaker on Friday successfully persuaded a California federal judge to move the lawsuit.
Bankrupt auto parts manufacturer Revstone Industries LLC asked a bankruptcy judge in Delaware on Friday to approve a plan to sell all the assets of its aluminum forging affiliate, despite having no lead or stalking horse bidders in place.
Toyota Motor Corp. told the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday that a putative class action over alleged brake defects in its hybrid vehicles must be sent to arbitration, arguing that even the arbitrability of claims against a nonparty to a customer agreement must be decided by an arbitrator.
American Eagle Express Inc. has reached a $700,000 settlement with a certified class of delivery drivers who claimed the courier misclassified them as independent contractors in violation of Pennsylvania's Wage Payment and Collection Law, according to a motion filed in federal court Friday.