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TLPJ and Public Citizen Challenge Court Order Sealing ‘Smoking Gun’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ), representing Public Citizen, filed a legal challenge today to a Florida court order sealing crucial exhibits from a rollover case decided last spring over fatal injuries caused by the popular Ford Explorer SUV. The key documents were publicized in news reports throughout the nation, but have now been sealed despite their ... Read More »

Volvo Cars of North America Employee Files Racial Discrimination Claim

An unmerited decision, made by Volvo Cars of North America, has left Gregory Dixon with no other choice but to pursue filing a racial discrimination lawsuit against the company. Gregory Dixon, Sales and Marketing Manager of the Western Region, was on a career track to become the first African-American male at the executive level at Volvo Cars of North America, a division of Ford Motor Company, until he was denied the promotion to Regional Vice President, Western Region without justifiable reason. Instead, the position was awarded to a white male with less education, work experience, and customer relationships than Dixon. Read More »

Department of Transportation News Digest For Friday, October 7, 2005

As directed last month by Congress, the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has extended until Sept. 30, 2006 the deadline for all states to meet federal requirements for testing school bus drivers to ensure they are qualified to safely load and unload children, evacuate passengers in an emergency, and cross railroad tracks. Read More »

New Product For Child Comfort In Car Seats

Kids who 'slump over' while sleeping in the car seat or stroller can develop serious spinal issues, and certainly they can be uncomfortable. Now, there's a new car gadget providing head and neck support to children. Read More »

Delphi Receives Court Approval of Bridge Orders Allowing Continuation of Cash Management System and Payments to Employees Under Current Compensation and Benefit Programs

Delphi Corporation (NYSE:DPH) announced today that in support of its reorganization efforts it has received interim Court approval to continue to utilize its existing cash management system, as well as approval to continue paying all salaried and hourly employees in the U.S. under Delphi's current compensation and benefit programs. Read More »