Hagens Berman Blog - October, 2017

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Oct 31

By Hagens Berman

A bad year for Japan Inc. got worse last week after Subaru Corp. joined Nissan Motor Co. in saying it was recalling cars that were signed off by... read more

Oct 31

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

How a whistleblower escaped Saudi Arabia after uncovering an alleged bribery scheme at Airbus - Retired Army officer Ian Foxley thought he had found... read more

Oct 30

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

UBS AG will pay a $3.5 million civil fine to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission claims that it overcharged customers on mutual funds, the... read more

Oct 27

By Hagens Berman

Volkswagen engineers told top managers that diesel emissions manipulations went far beyond issues in the United States two days before the carmaker... read more

Oct 27

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS.L) agreed to pay more than $44 million and enter a non-prosecution agreement to settle a U.S. Department of... read more

Oct 26

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

The scandal has drawn in several international companies, including KPMG International and McKinsey & Co., which have both launched internal probes... read more

Oct 26

By Hagens Berman

Sunroofs on dozens of newer car models from around the world are shattering spontaneously, leaving owners perplexed and seeking answers. But while... read more

Oct 26

By Hagens Berman

I went to law school so I could stand up for people in my community. In college I spent most of my time working with neighborhood community... read more