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Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Owners Sue GM

The suit alleges that GM knowingly sold defective Z06 models that, while marketed as having “track-proven structure and technologies,” cannot be operated safely on a racetrack because they enter a performance-limited “limp mode” when the cooling system can’t keep up with the heat generated under hard driving. This happens on public roadways, too, according to Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, one of two law firms attempting to get a large and – potential lucrative – class action suit initiated. Continue reading

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Shark Lawyers Circling VW Call for Buyback of Diesels

The Hagens Berman and Quinn Emanuel law firms filed a motion today in their national lawsuit against Volkswagen asking the court to order Volkswagen to provide owners of the VW diesels an immediate buyback offer at the Kelley Blue Book value Continue reading

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Legal Challenges Grow in VW Diesel Recall

Hagens Berman, which filed the first class-action lawsuit against Volkswagen AG’s U.S. manufacturer and distributor, says it is expanding its national suit alleging that the automaker deceived consumers by using software to cheat emissions tests, allowing its “Clean Diesel” vehicles to emit nitrogen oxides (NOx) at illegal levels. Continue reading

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