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  • Change Allows Texas To Handle Volkswagen Lawsuits More Efficiently

    || 19-Jan-2016

    The Volkswagen scandal rocked the headlines in 2015, as it was discovered that the world’s largest automaker had installed “defeat device” software designed to cheat U.S. emissions tests. Volkswagen now faces more than 60 lawsuits in Texas alone, and the Texas Supreme Court has issued an opinion which should help these cases proceed more efficiently. Many Lawsuits Will Be ...
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  • New DiCaprio Movie About Volkswagen Emissions Scandal

    || 11-Dec-2015

    The interim report on the Volkswagen investigation is in. Investigators state the emission cheating took place because Volkswagen simply couldn’t find a solution to meet EPA regulations. Multiple representatives from VW are suspended for participating in the act of installing the devices. A New Movie In The Works Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson have started producing a new movie, ...
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  • Do I Have Legal Options If I Was Injured By Police?

    || 2-Jun-2015

    Many stories dominating the news cycle over the past year have hinged on an interesting trend affecting the public across the United States- the use of excessive force by the police when dealing with alleged criminals. In San Antonio, the story of Kristiana Coignard was frequently discussed in the media. Kristiana was senselessly killed by the Longview Police Department after speaking with law ...
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  • Has Syngenta Threatened Your Livelihood as a Corn Farmer?

    || 18-Mar-2015

    Crops are the lifeblood of the American farmer and Syngenta's recent, greedy actions have lightened the pockets of corn growers all over the U.S., costing them billions of dollars. The company failed to receive approval from China—a major importer of American corn—before releasing genetically modified corn seed, causing the market for corn to drop significantly nationwide. Corn ...
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