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Update on our appeal in the 9th Circuit Volkswagen Diesel Fraud Case

The Appellate Panel consolidated our Bosch appeal with the Volkswagen appeal and a decision should be announced soon.  If successful the appeal would set aside the largest consumer fraud settlement in history while leaving Volkswagen on the hook.  The settlement allowed Volkswagen to "hide and conceal" claims from the Court and Settlement Master Robert Mueller. 
We filed an action in Butte County yesterday with the intent of having a jury decide punitive damages. We would be the first party to bring the defeat device case to jury trial.  Peer reviewed studies proved thousands of people with lung diseases died from the fraud.  


California Towns Eye Tax on Netflix, Other Video Streaming Services

Posted by DeLacy on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 Under: Taxes

Pasadena – the first to announce it wanted the so-called Netflix tax – would treat those services like a traditional utility, and tax it at 9.4 percent, the Times reported.

Though no California city has yet to begin collecting the tax, about 40 have sought advice on how it would work – with public officials arguing it is unfair people who get video through cable television are taxed, while those who have shifted over to internet streaming services are not, the Times reported.

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