National litigation: Today’s top news on Westlaw News & Insight

December 21, 2010

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Toyota to pay maximum $32 million fine in U.S. safety probe Toyota to pay maximum $32 million fine in U.S. safety probe
Toyota Motor has agreed to pay the maximum fine of $32.4 million related to two government probes into its handling of a spate of vehicle recalls, which hurt sales and tarnished its once impeccable reputation for quality.
SEC investigating Hurd's exit from HP-source SEC investigating Hurd’s exit from HP-source
U.S. regulators are looking into the events surrounding Mark Hurd’s abrupt exit as chief executive of Hewlett Packard Co., a source familiar with the matter said on Monday.
FCC has votes for Internet rules, say officials FCC has votes for Internet rules, say officials
The Federal Communications Commission is poised to adopt Internet traffic rules on Tuesday that would ban the blocking of lawful content, but allow high-speed Internet providers to manage their networks, senior agency officials said.

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