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February 2015, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

The Death of Disparate Impact

The District Court ruled that the Department of Housing and Urban Development overreached in creating a new rule designed to address disparate impact among home buyers. 

By James S. Ganther, Esq.

A District Court judge’s decision in a housing discrimination lawsuit could help derail the CFPB’s ongoing campaign against auto dealers.

Tags: CFPB, discrimination, U.S. District Court

June 2013, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

Describing F&I's Role

Thomas B. Hudson is a Partner in the law firm of Hudson Cook LLP. THudson@AutoDealerMonthly.com

By Thomas B. Hudson, Esq.

The magazine’s legal eagle dusts off his soapbox to deliver a warning he’s delivered countless times before. But this time, there’s more at stake than the threat of consumer lawsuits.

Tags: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, discrimination, Finance, Indirect Lending, lawsuits, loans, Regulations, retail installment contracts

December 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

Harmless Horseplay is not a Harassment Defense

By Jim Radogna

Author Jim Radogna discusses the alarming numbers of harassment and discrimination lawsuits being filed against car dealerships.

Tags: BDC, discrimination, EEOC, employees, employment, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, harassment, labor laws, lawsuits, privacy policy

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