Dozens of lawsuits against Toyota Motor Corp. claiming unintended acceleration of its vehicles are moving along in state courts. Discovery in these cases could help plaintiffs’ counsel in the federal multidistrict litigation. Also in this special report: why federal enforcement of safety standards failed, how lobbyists for Toyota are scrambling to rebuild its image with lawmakers, and who the key players are in the ongoing litigation against Toyota. Plus our list of the lawsuits that have been filed so far.
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