Over 10 million vehicles in the United States have been recalled because of life-threatening problems with their Takata air bags. About half of the recalled vehicles are Hondas. Takata is, in part, owned by Honda.
Mr. David Cambron, Jr., a Louisville resident and owner of a 2005 Honda Pilot, has filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that both Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (Honda) and Takata Corporation knew of the dangers relating to Takata airbags for at least a decade, yet the two manufacturing companies failed to inform the public because full disclosure would have negatively impacted the market value of Honda vehicles.
The City of Ft. Wright, Kentucky, represented by Strauss Troy Litigation Attorneys Ron Parry and Robert Sparks, as well as Gerner and Kearns Attorneys Todd McMurtry and Elizabeth McCord, filed a class-action lawsuit against the Board of Trustees of the Kentucky Retirement System on behalf of all members of the County Employees Retirement System (“CERS”). …Read More
Andy Brownfield of the Cincinnati Business Courier featured Strauss Troy’s newest attorneys in his piece, “’Well-respected’ legal team joins one of Cincinnati’s largest law firms.” Related article: Nationally-Recognized Legal Team Joins Strauss Troy
Strauss Troy announces that two high-profile litigators, Ron Parry and Robert Sparks, have joined the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. The team’s paralegal Patty Dold is also on board. “Ron and Rob are well-respected in the legal community, and they add horsepower to our already strong litigation practice group,” said Jim Heldman, president of Strauss Troy. …Read More
At the height of the holiday shopping season, Target Corp. (TGT:NYSE) announced that customer credit card data had been compromised. The breach reportedly occurred between November 27 and December 15, 2013. Initially, Target reported that only credit card data had been accessed — not debit card data or Target’s own credit card. Target assured customers that debit …Read More