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LOS ANGELES - (AP) A federal judge has rejected most claims made in a shareholder lawsuit against Toyota Motor Corp. that accused the Japanese automaker of knowing about and hiding purported acceleration problems in some of its vehicles. U.S. District Judge Dale Fisher said in her July 7 ruling that Japanese law takes precedence. . . . Full version available to lexis.com subscribers.