JNOV Filed Before Judgment is Signed Extends Appellant Timetable to Ninety Days

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In Ryland Enterprises, Inc. v. Weatherspoon, No. 11–0189, 2011 WL 6276127 (Tex. 2011), Vickie Weatherspoon (“Plaintiff”) sued Ryland Enterprise, Inc. (“Defendant”).  On May 4, 2010, the jury returned a verdict for Plaintiff.  On May 25, 2010, after the jury verdict, but before the judgment was signed, Defendant filed a JNOV motion on legal insufficiency grounds.  On June 14, 2010, the …

Toyota Extends Recall And Suspends Sales Over Accelerator Problem

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Yesterday, Toyota Motor Corporation extended its recall from last fall and added an additional 2.3 million vehicles to the recall list over problems with accelerators in a number of its most popular vehicles.  Toyota also suspended sales and stopped production of a number of the models subject to the recall until a fix can be implemented. The accelerator problem has been linked to a …