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Plaintiffs File Motions Opposing BMW’s Request to Dismiss Sunroof Case

Plaintiffs’ Monita Sharma and Eric Anderson have filed court documents opposing BMW’s motions to dismiss and strike the class action status in an alleged sunroof defect lawsuit. “Despite well-settled case law disfavoring motions to strike class allegations at the pleading stage and discussing the premature nature of such motions, BMW of North America LLC has nevertheless again decided to bring its motion to entice the court into an unnecessary examination of class certification issues,” plaintiffs’ attorneys claim in court documents. Continue reading

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Judge Rules on Two BMW Motions in Lawsuit over Sunroof Defect

Responding to two motions from BMW, a judge for the U.S. Northern District Court of California ruled that plaintiffs Monita Sharma and Eric Anderson have made allegations “sufficient” to represent a class action at the pleading stage of their case against the automaker over an alleged sunroof defect. However, the judge directed the plaintiffs to show cause as to why their motion for injunctive relief should not be dismissed for lack of standing. Continue reading

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BMW Owners Oppose Automaker’s Motion to Dismiss Class Action Status of Alleged Sunroof Defect Case

Attorneys representing two BMW owners have opposed the automaker’s motion for the court to dismiss the class action status in a lawsuit over an alleged sunroof defect in the U.S. Northern District Court of California, San Francisco division. The owners allege their vehicles suffered water damage after the drainage tubes installed to pull water away from the sunroofs did not properly work. Continue reading

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