Firm Helping VW Buyers in Europe Clear Hurdles to Recovery
With its $14.7 billion settlement in the rearview mirror, Volkswagen is turning its focus to Europe, where lawyers representing the automaker’s investors and customers overseas have moved to subpoena documents in the United States. The discovery battles come as European regulators turn up the heat in their investigations of Volkswagen, which has admitted that 11 million vehicles worldwide were installed with a “defeat device” to skirt emissions tests. As noted in an article on the Law.com legal news site, the firm’s Warren Burns has filed two motions to release documents which, according to the filings, are “necessary to hold the Volkswagen defendants accountable for their admitted misconduct.”
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