Toyota litigation takes a turn

Judge decides that a consumer claim against automaker will go to a jury first.

, The National Law Journal

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It was supposed to be the first trial in the now two-year battle over sudden unintended acceleration in Toyota cars and trucks. But like so many other aspects of the Toyota litigation, the effort to set a bellwether case has taken a sudden, sharp turn.

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Originally appeared in print as Consumer claim is first up against Toyota

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