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Cars Still Under Warranty Can Be Classified as “New” For Purpose of Lemon Law—for Now
One of the most critical issues in lemon law waiting to be decided by the California Supreme Court concerns whether used cars that are still covered under the manufacturer’s original warranty should be considered “new” for purposes of coverage under California’s lemon law. An article in the legal news, information, and blog website Law Commentary reported on a recent California appellate opinion that held in favor of used car owners. Attorney Nick Nita was interviewed for the article and helped explain the main issue in the case.

Plaintiffs Seek Class Action Status for ‘Hemi Tick’ Lawsuit
The legal news, information, and blog website Law Commentary recently published an article on a proposed class action lawsuit filed against Fiat Chrysler for alleged defects in the auto manufacturer’s HEMI engine. Attorney Nick Nita was quoted in the article, explaining why consumers with Lemon Law claims in California are better off pursuing their lemon law claim individually rather than joining a class action lawsuit.

Hyundai Palisade had Their First Buyback After Smelly Headrest Complaints by Catherine Kimble | Apr 05, 2021
Nick Nita was recently featured in an article discussing an offensive odor reported with Hyundai Palisade headrests and what afflicted owners are doing for a legal remedy. Mr. Nita was interviewed regarding key aspects of a Lemon Law claim and how many repair attempts are required before a car can be considered a lemon.

Get the Squeeze on California Lemon Laws: Here’s What You Need to Know by Nadia El-Yaouti | Aug 25, 2021
Our own Nick Nita was interviewed for an article explaining the ins and outs of California’s lemon law: who it protects, what makes a car a lemon, and what remedies are available to consumers. Mr. Nita reviewed different scenarios from his career when a consumer received a lemon car through gift or inheritance or even as a sweepstakes prize. Mr. Nita also provided important facts about the Department of Consumer Affairs Arbitration Certification Program as a less attractive option than settlement or litigation.

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