• The latest Toyota coverage Sunday, January 24, 2010

    “Toyota to face 2013 trial over sudden acceleration” — Reuters, 6/10/11

    “NHTSA-NASA reports show that Toyota electronics can lead to unintended acceleration” — Safety Research & Strategies, 5/23/11

    “Toyota suffers from deeply entrenched structural issues that could compromise safety” — Los Angeles Times, 5/23/11

    “Toyota judge tentatively rules that automaker must face claims over losses” — Bloomberg, 4/29/11

    “Toyota failed to warn of sudden acceleration risk, lawyer for driver says” — Bloomberg, 3/28/11

    “Toyota plaintiffs challenge NASA sudden-acceleration report” — Bloomberg, 3/21/11

    “Judge forecasts 2013 trial date in Toyota MDL” — The National Law Journal, 1/14/11

    “Toyota to pay record fines for disclosure delay” — Los Angeles Times, 12/21/10

    “Judge rejects Toyota’s motion to dismiss acceleration claims” — The National Law Journal, 12/9/10

    “Toyota kept sudden acceleration issue silent, lawsuit says” — Los Angeles Times, 10/29/10

    “Toyota’s own drivers were behind wheel in sudden unintended acceleration cases” — ABC News, 10/28/10

    “Allstate sues Toyota over sudden-acceleration-related insurance claims” — Los Angeles Times, 10/5/10

    “Judge may allow additional claims against Toyota” — The National Law Journal, 9/21/10

    “Toyota moves to dismiss MDL claims” — The National Law Journal, 9/17/10

    “Toyota acknowledges software bug in ‘black box’ reader” — Los Angeles Times, 9/15/10

    “Toyota recalls 1.1 million cars for engine problem” — New York Times, 8/26/10

    “Event data recorders used in NHTSA study of Toyotas have history of problems” — Washington Post, 8/20/10

    “Safety regulators subpoena ‘black box’ data from Toyota truck involved in fatal crash” — Los Angeles Times, 8/18/10

    “Toyota rethinks pedal design” — Wall Street Journal, 8/17/10

    “Toyota recalls Avalon sedans, more Lexus SUVs” — Los Angeles Times, 7/29/10

    “Toyota appears to do an about-face on reliability of black boxes in its vehicles” — Los Angeles Times, 7/28/10

    Editorial: “Toyota still doesn’t get it” — New York Times, 7/24/10

    Federal judge approves discovery agreement in sudden unintended acceleration lawsuit — The National Law Journal, 7/21/10

    “Auto safety experts question makeup of panels studying runaway vehicles” — Washington Post, 7/20/10

    “Toyota subpoenaed again by U.S. grand jury” — Wall Street Journal, 7/20/10

    “Toyota nearly doubles lobbying spending” — The Blog of LegalTimes, 7/20/10

    “Toyota conceded two flaws caused loss of control” — New York Times, 7/15/10

    “Toyota lashed out at instructor during big recall” — Associated Press, 7/10/10

    “Toyota received complaints about Lexus defect in 2007″ — Bloomberg BusinessWeek, 7/6/10

    “Faulty engines in 270,000 Toyotas” — Associated Press, 7/1/10

    “Toyota acceleration cases need fuller review, regulator says” — Business Week, 6/30/10

    “Toyota recalls Lexus HS 250h hybrid” — Los Angeles Times, 6/25/10

    “Toyota must tell dealers to keep evidence, judge says” — Bloomberg BusinessWeek, 6/23/10

    “Toyota fixed steering rods for over a decade before recall” — USA Today, 6/14/10

    “Camry acceleration blamed for son’s death in Louisville woman’s lawsuit” — Louisville Courier-Journal, 6/9/10

    “Toyota spars in US court over internal documents” — Reuters, 5/28/10

    “Judge puts Calif. Toyota claims on a single track” — National Law Journal, 5/26/10

    “Toyota puts Lexus LS sales on hold during recall” — USA Today, 5/25/10

    Toyota put Lexus on market despite transmission flaws — Los Angeles Times, 5/24/10

    “Lawmakers question motives behind Toyota’s independent probe” — Washington Post, 5/21/10

    “Toyota investigator Exponent often defends automakers” — USA Today, 5/20/10

    “Toyota’s problems have roots going back years” — Automotive News, 5/16/10

    “Toyota had attack plan against Congressional testimony, documents show” — Washington Post, 5/15/10

    “NHTSA opens new probe over Toyota steering-system defects” — Washington Post, 5/11/10

    “Toyota waited months to issue ’05 steering recall” — Associated Press, 5/10/10

    “LaHood says decision on possible new Toyota fine due in ‘months'” — Detroit News, 5/10/10

    “Canada’s doubts on Toyota” — New York Times, 5/6/10

    A special report on the mounting litigation against Toyota — The National Law Journal, 5/5/10

    “Activist icon laments Toyota’s easy ride in Japan” — Associated Press, 5/3/10

    Toyota offers a fix for Lexus GX 460 control problems, will resume sales — New York Times, 4/29/10

    “Toyota’s recall of 2003 Sequoia SUVs highlights a disparity” — Los Angeles Times, 4/29/10

    “Toyota to recall 50,000 2003 Sequoia SUVs” — Detroit Free Press, 4/28/10

    “Federal agency to review Toyota crash” — Boston Globe, 4/27/10

    “Toyota acceleration lawsuits judge sets first hearing” — Business Week, 4/15/10

    “Toyota conducts safety tests for all SUV models” — Wall Street Journal, 4/15/10

    “Toyota drivers report issues after repair of gas pedal” — USA Today, 4/14/10

    “Toyota temporarily halts sale of Lexus GX 460 SUV” — Los Angeles Times, 4/14/10

    “State Farm asks Toyota to repay acceleration claims” — USA Today, 4/12/10

    “Toyota delayed a U.S. recall, documents show” — New York Times, 4/12/10

    “In Toyota cases, evasion becomes tactic” — Associated Press, 4/11/10

    “Toyota and the regulators” — New York Times editorial, 4/11/10

    “Lawsuits against Toyota are consolidated” in Santa Ana — Los Angeles Times, 4/10/10

    “Regulators may pursue more fines against Toyota” — New York Times, 4/10/10

    “If not for statutory cap, Toyota would face civil penalties of $13.8 billion” — Washington Post, 4/10/10

    “Toyota response to complaints takes on a confrontational tone” — Los Angeles Times, 4/9/10

    “Toyota blames some customers who report sudden acceleration” — LA Weekly, 4/9/10

    “Toyota memos show execs debating disclosure of accelerator problems” — Wall Street Journal, 4/8/10

    “Toyota exec: Time to hide troubles over” — Detroit Free Press, 4/8/10

    “Toyota timeline shows growing problem with sticky pedals in ’09” — Detroit News, 4/7/10

    “Government’s $16.4 million fine could boost lawsuits against Toyota” — National Law Journal, 4/7/10

    “U.S. seeks to hit Toyota with top fine for delays in disclosing problems” — Los Angeles Times, 4/6/10

    “All GM vehicles to have brake override systems” — Detroit Free Press, 4/5/10

    “Mazda to add brake-shift override systems” — Detroit News, 4/2/10

    “Toyota’s acceleration woes part of two new inquiries” — Los Angeles Times, 3/30/10

    “Data analysis shows Toyota tops speed control complaints” — USA Today, 3/26/10

    “Death toll blamed on Toyotas’ sudden acceleration tops 100″ — Los Angeles Times, 3/25/10

    “Document: Toyota warned dealers of throttle surging in 2002″ — CNN, 3/23/10

    “Toyota’s troubles could signal larger concerns” — San Francisco Chronicle op-ed, 3/23/10

    “Lawyer, his experts call Toyota systems ‘deficient'” — USA Today, 3/23/10

    “Toyota shareholders sue over fallen stock price” — Associated Press, 3/21/10

    Toyota resisted government safety findings — Washington Post, 3/19/10

    “More than 100 complaints lodged over fixed Toyotas” — Associated Press, 3/17/10

    “Are cosmic rays really causing Toyota’s woes?” —  Detroit Free Press, 3/16/10

    “Toyota was asked in  2007 to consider installing software to prevent sudden acceleration” — Los Angeles Times, 3/14/10

    “Toyota is just the latest automaker to face auto safety litigation” — Los Angeles Times, 3/14/10

    “D.A. sues Toyota, claiming defects and deception” — Orange County Register, 3/13/10

    “Haven’t found that software glitch, Toyota? Keep trying” — Los Angeles Times, 3/12/10

    “Toyota faces a growing number of probes in the U.S.” — Los Angeles Times, 3/12/10

    “Analysis finds uneasy mix in auto industry and regulation” — Washington Post, 3/9/10

    “Toyota reviewing U.S. report of Prius with stuck gas pedal” — Business Week, 3/9/10

    “Toyota workers raised safety concerns with bosses in 2006 memo” — Los Angeles Times, 3/8/10

    “Millions of Toyotas recalled, none in Japan”  —  New York Times, 3/6/10

    “Lawmakers want Toyota to disclose results of electronics tests” — Los Angeles Times, 3/6/10

    “Calls grow for throttle safeguard” — Los Angeles Times, 3/3/10

    “Toyota’s fix is a bust, owners claim” — Los Angeles Times, 3/3/10

    “Toyota sued over August crash that killed CHP officer and three family members” — Los Angeles Times, 3/3/10

    “Toyota executives lobbied Japan for safety changes” — Bloomberg News, 3/2/10

    “Senate panel calls NHTSA response to Toyota safety issues ‘deeply troubling'” — Los Angeles Times, 3/2/10

    “Toyota’s enablers” — Ralph Nader in the Los Angeles Times, 2/28/10

    At least 56 people have died in Toyota accidents in which sudden acceleration has been alleged — Los Angeles Times, 2/28/10

    “Lawmakers just getting started on scrutiny of Toyota” — Los Angeles Times, 2/28/10

    “Toyota accused of withholding data” — New York Times, 2/26/10

    “Lawmakers just getting started on scrutiny of Toyota” — Los Angeles Times, 2/26/10

    “Toyota president apologizes for safety lapses” — Los Angeles Times, 2/25/10

    “Toyota grilled over lobbying efforts, ties to regulators” — National Law Journal, 2/25/10

    “In Congress, Toyota Chief Takes ‘Full Responsibility'”– New York Times, 2/24/10

    “Toyota’s president is likely to learn what other corporate kings have when appearing at congressional hearings” — Los Angeles Times, 2/24/10

    “Electronics could be a factor in Toyota’s sudden acceleration” — Los Angeles Times, 2/24/10

    “Toyota unsure how to solve safety issues” — Washington Post, 2/24/10

    Toyota Reviewing U.S. Report of Prius With Stuck Gas Pedal

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