Fiat Chrysler Must Offer to Buy Back Over 500,000 RAMs due to Safety Concerns

2012 RAM Truck The federal government has ordered that Fiat Chrysler must offer to buy back over 500,000 RAM pickup trucks and other vehicles as part of their settlement with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to settle legal programs stemming from two dozen safety recalls.  In addition to offering the buyback to [...]

By | July 29th, 2015|Automobile Defects|Comments Off on Fiat Chrysler Must Offer to Buy Back Over 500,000 RAMs due to Safety Concerns

$2.7 Million in Sanctions Against Attorneys and Client Upheld For Discovery Abuses

At The Brandi Law Firm, we represent a number of people wrongfully injured by defective products, unsafe vehicles, or dangerous roads.  In virtually every case, pretrial discovery allows the parties an opportunity to obtain documents and data from each other, such as design plans, complaints, other similar incidents, patents, test results, proposed changes, internal memos, [...]

By | July 24th, 2015|Automobile Defects|Comments Off on $2.7 Million in Sanctions Against Attorneys and Client Upheld For Discovery Abuses

Thomas J. Brandi Named to Top 25 Plaintiff Lawyers in California in Daily Journal Inaugural List

On July 15, 2015, Thomas J. Brandi was named to the Top 25 Plaintiff Lawyers in California by the San Francisco and Los Angeles Daily Journal, the legal newspaper for northern and southern California. According to the editors, “We could have honored more, but in our opinion, these are the ones who consistently force broad [...]

By | July 17th, 2015|Firm News|Comments Off on Thomas J. Brandi Named to Top 25 Plaintiff Lawyers in California in Daily Journal Inaugural List

California Public Utilities Commission Judge Recommends that Uber be fined $7.3 Million and Suspended From Operating in California

On July 15, 2015, California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) chief administrative law judge Karen V. Clopton recommended that Uber should be fined $7.3 million and be suspended from operating in California for failing to comply with the CPUC regulations.  According to the findings of Judge Clopton, Uber has failed to give regulators enough information about [...]

By | July 16th, 2015|Uber|Comments Off on California Public Utilities Commission Judge Recommends that Uber be fined $7.3 Million and Suspended From Operating in California