Blog Posts in 2010

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  • Consumers' Rights Endangered Again
    Consumers' Rights Endangered Again

    All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent. —Thomas Jefferson Tyranny comes in many shapes and sizes. It is seen frequently in large organizations— ...

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  • Apples are not Oranges
    Apples are not Oranges

    A large part of the work of a California lemon law attorney is to review Service Orders and Work Orders. We see hundreds, even thousands of them every week. A lot of them are straight forward and make ...

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  • VW Says, We Got Sludge, by Donald P. Ladew
    VW Says, We Got Sludge, by Donald P. Ladew

    What had been the other guy’s problem came home to roost in the author’s driveway the other day. I read this headline at Autoweek.com. “VW to cover maintenance costs for sludge damaged engines.” As ...

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  • Stop Being so Darn Nice
    Stop Being so Darn Nice

    Patience it is said is a virtue. However, there are limits. Exceeding these limits can definitely prevent the consumer from exercising their right under the California lemon law. Recently I analyzed a ...

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  • Toyota Settles One Unintended Acceleration Lawsuit
    Toyota Settles One Unintended Acceleration Lawsuit

    So, Toyota settles what is considered by some to be the strongest “Sudden Acceleration” lawsuit amongst hundreds of individual and class actions law suits. Toyota asserts that this terrifying incident ...

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  • APPELLATE VICTORY AGAINST MERCEDES BENZ USA
    APPELLATE VICTORY AGAINST MERCEDES BENZ USA

    On behalf of its client, Azubueze Jiagbogu, Norman Taylor & Associates won a decisive victory against Mercedes Benz USA on issues relating to offsets claimed by manufacturers for years in computing ...

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