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Kenneth Feinberg's DeflateGate Amicus Brief Could Prove Significant In Tom Brady's Fight

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — Amicus brief season has sadly come to an end, but not before “one of the singular figures in American legal history” weighed in. 1,947 more words

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White House pushes ahead with plan to slash pensions for up to one million retirees

By Andre Damon  | WSWS | February 9, 2016

The Obama administration is pushing ahead with its plans to slash pension benefits for up to one million participants in “underfunded” multi-employer pension funds as part of its drive to make defined-benefit pensions a thing of the past for all US workers.

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Volkswagen May Buy Back, Replace Emissions-Cheating Diesels In U.S.

While owners of Volkswagen’s emission-cheating vehicles in the U.S. continue to wait for news on how the company plans to fix their cars, one lawyer working for the automaker says he’s preparing a generous compensation package for affected consumers.  295 more words

Volkswagen Hires One Fund's Kenneth Feinberg To Handle Emission-Cheating Claims

By Tom Krisher, AP Auto Writer

DETROIT (AP) — Compensation expert Kenneth Feinberg, who has worked out payments to victims of the BP Gulf oil spill, General Motors ignition switch scandal and other high-profile cases, has been hired by Volkswagen to do the same thing for car owners caught in an emissions-cheating scandal. 555 more words

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GM pays out US$594.5 million in ignition switch claims

Lawyers hired to compensate victims of General Motors’ faulty ignition switches have paid out $594.5 million to settle 399 eligible claims. The numbers were released this week in a final report from U.S. 359 more words

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