Texas Judge Grants Stay in Contempt Case Against Toyota

, Corporate Counsel


A few days after appointing a special counsel in a contempt case against Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. Inc., a state court judge in Cleburne granted a motion by Toyota's lawyers to stay proceedings and all activity in the matter until March 10. Johnson County District Judge John E. Neill's Feb. 8 order also stated that no one is to view or access documents submitted to the court by Toyota's former in-house lawyer Dimitrios Biller.

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