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NHTSA Demands Meetings with Top Automakers Following Takata Recall Failures

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has drafted letters to 12 major automakers that failed to meet a December 2017 deadline for completing repairs on high-priority vehicles equipped with defective Takata airbag inflators. Details of the Takata Recall Letters … Continue reading

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Appointment of a Special Prosecutor and Special Deputy Attorney General following the resignation of former New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman

Appointment of a Special Prosecutor and Special Deputy Attorney General following the resignation of former New York State Attorney General Eric SchneidermanSource: Office of the New York State GovernorOn May 8, 2018 Andrew M. Cuomo sent the following communication to … Continue reading

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Legal Debate Continues Over Whether Pets Should Be Considered Something Other Than Property Following the End of a Relationship

We’ve previously blogged about what happens to pets following a separation or divorce. The unfortunate answer for many pet owners is that, legally, pets are treated no differently than any other piece of property (i.e. car, etc.), and therefore, unlike … Continue reading

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When “Tigers Eat Their Young” – Federal Preemption Of CEQA In Context Of Railroad Projects Will Continue To Present Complex Issues Following U.S. Supreme Court’s Denial of Certiorari In Friends Of Eel River Case

On April 30, 2018, the United States Supreme Court denied the petition for writ of certiorari filed in North Coast Railroad Authority v. Friends of the Eel River, U.S. Supreme Ct. Case No. 17-915, which presented this issue:  “Whether citizen … Continue reading

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Carnival Does the Right Thing Following Cabin Flood

Yesterday (April 3) a broken pipe aboard the Carnival Dream flooded around 50 cabins on the ship and sent water cascading down deck 9. Photos (right) and videos posted on Facebook show water pouring from the ceiling and down the walls. Carnival … Continue reading

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