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Ky. Dealer Cleared in Wrongful Death Case

The Supreme Court of Kentucky ruled in favor of a dealership charged with vicarious liability in...

The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled against a plaintiff seeking to hold Martin Dodge Chrysler Jeep vicariously liable for the death of a passenger in a sold vehicle titled in the dealership’s name.

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Santander Settles CFPB Charges for $11.8M

Santander Consumer USA Inc. will pay $11.8 million to settle charges related to the sale of its...

Santander Consumer USA has agreed to pay $9.29 million in restitution and $2.5 million in fines to settle claims leveled by the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over the finance source’s GAP and interest-only payments programs.

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Q&A: You Should Shred That

Q&A: You Should Shred That

Document and device security expert Ann Nickolas believes auto dealers need a strict policy and process for handling, storing, and securing your customers’ personally identifiable information.

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Compliance Summit 2018

Attorney Jim Ganther of Mosaic Compliance Services presented "GAP, Spats, and Wiretaps," a...

Dealers and F&I professionals from across the nation gathered at the Caribe Royale Orlando on Monday, Oct. 8, for Compliance Summit 2018. Attendees enjoyed a full day of advanced training, keynotes, and networking sessions, followed by Automotive Compliance Education (ACE) certification on Tuesday.

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Survey: Many Dealers Unaware of NCFC Tax Concerns

Survey: Many Dealers Unaware of NCFC Tax Concerns

A survey commissioned by Protective Asset Protection shows many dealer principals are unaware of how the Trump tax cuts may affect participation program selection, particularly for noncontrolled foreign corporations.

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Calif. Governor Vetoes Dealer Protection Bill

Calif. Governor Vetoes Dealer Protection Bill

In an unexpected decision, California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a dealer protection bill unanimously passed by the California State Legislature. The sticking point was a 'complex formula' for determining dealer reimbursement on warranty and recall work.