Goodyear’s $16 Million Fine – A Teachable Moment for Companies with Foreign Subsidiaries

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently fined Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. $16 million for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) when its subsidiaries paid bribes to obtain tire sales in Kenya and Angola. Goodyear agreed to pay the fine but did not admit or deny guilt. Read More

Bounties for Automotive Whistleblowers; an Ominous Twist in Vehicle Recall Crisis

Legislation in Congress that would offer bounties for auto industry whistleblowers is a troubling development in the vehicle recall crisis, one that could pose a number of legal and financial risks for automotive suppliers. Read More

The Autobahn Becomes the Autonomous-bahn

For car enthusiasts the Autobahn, Germany’s highway system, is synonymous with high-speed driving. Drivers can daydream about the miles and miles (or kilometers, to be more exact) of unrestricted driving pleasure. It doesn’t take long on the Autobahn to see sports cars, or even station wagons (known as “kombi” in Germany), fly by you in the far left lane. Speed limit signs are electronic so the restrictions can be taken off in appropriate traffic conditions. Driving from point A to point B can be a fun experiment in testing the limits of your car. Read More

Warner Norcross & Judd's Automotive Attorneys Explain How Suppliers Can Survive Auto Recall Fever

Last year, more vehicles were recalled than were sold in the U.S. Those facts seem a bit incongruous, and might lead some people to conclude that automotive safety has suffered in recent years. Nothing could be further from the truth. Read More

Autonomous vehicles to bring a "revolution" to the auto industry

The North American International Auto Show, Detroit’s answer to the Super Bowl, Academy Awards and Stanley Cup finals all in one, never fails to amaze with its wealth of new models and new concepts to keep America “King of the Road.”

This year’s show was no exception.
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