May 2018, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive
By Thomas B. Hudson, Esq.
Some states, including Minnesota, permit ‘as is’ sales with no written warranty and an exclusion of implied warranties. No state, including Minnesota, permits fraud.
May 2018, Auto Dealer Today - Feature
Hudson explains why arbitration agreements are no substitute for frond-end compliance.
May 2018, Auto Dealer Today - Cover Story
By Jim Ganther
New and widely available tools can help auto dealers automate parts of the sales and F&I process while preventing errors and deterring fraud.
March 2018, Auto Dealer Today - Feature
Hudson recounts the inspiring tale of a dealer who prevailed in a lawsuit in the consumer-friendly state of Maryland.
January 2018, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive
By Dave Druzynski
President Trump’s pick for Labor Board general counsel just swung the pendulum back to an employer-friendly stance. Human resources expert weighs in.
Tags: employees, human resources, National Labor Relations Board, social media
By Jay Seirmarco
Got three minutes? Read this three-part briefing on the agencies, topics and resources you need to know to avoid compliance issues in 2018.
October 2014, Auto Dealer Today - Feature
By Tom Hudson
Consumers will suffer from the CFPB’s use of the word ‘loan’ in place of ‘auto finance contracts.’
August 2014, Auto Dealer Today - Feature
The FTC’s probe of biweekly payment programs was limited in scope and consequence, but it could be a harbinger of further concerns over F&I products and dealer markup.
Tags: compliance, Jim Ganther
December 2013, Auto Dealer Today - Feature
By Jim Ziegler
The Alpha Dawg is ready to laissez les bon temps rouler as the NADA convention returns to New Orleans and welcomes an industry on the rise. Whether the vendors will welcome his presence is another matter.
Tags: Alpha Dawg, Chrysler, data, Digital Air Strike, Fiat, Jim Ziegler, NADA, New Orleans, On the Point, Sergio Marchionne
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