Supreme Court ruling could protect automakers from predatory patent suitsWed, 24, May 2017
Fiat Chrysler shares drop as U.S. weighs suit over diesel emissionsThu, 18, May 2017
U.S. prepares to sue Fiat Chrysler over excess diesel emissionsWed, 17, May 2017
The Justice Department is preparing to sue Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV if talks fail to resolve differences over the automaker's alleged violations of U.S. clean-air rules with its diesel vehicles, Bloomberg reported, citing two people briefed on the matter.
Uber engineer ordered to avoid Lidar work in Waymo fightMon, 15, May 2017
Uber's move to demote the engineer who led its autonomous unit to keep him away from related laser technology was deemed adequate to safeguard trade secrets that rival Waymo says were stolen, a judge ruled.
Uber builds AI team in Toronto as it fights autonomous car suitMon, 08, May 2017
GM could be facing large lossesMon, 08, May 2017
General Motors received some bad news when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to overturn a lower-court ruling that allows victims of faulty GM ignition switches produced before the 2009 bankruptcy to sue the company for damages.
Reynolds defends its third-party programsMon, 08, May 2017
First Shift: Toyota, Honda, BMW in patent probeMon, 01, May 2017
Plaintiffs suing GM still face high barMon, 01, May 2017
Uber reassigns engineer cited in Waymo lawsuitMon, 01, May 2017
Anthony Levandowski, the Uber self-driving engineer at the center of Waymo's lawsuit against the company, stepped down from his position as head of Uber's Advanced Technology Group and moved to a different role within Uber.