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EEOC Sues Okla. Dealer for Refusing to Hire Female Salesperson

EEOC Sues Okla. Dealer for Refusing to Hire Female Salesperson

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claims a dealer group executive said ‘This is not a lady’s job yet’ to justify failing to retain the only woman on the sales team at a Norman, Okla., Chrysler dealership the group acquired.

September 16, 2019

Get ACE-Certified at Industry Summit

Get ACE-Certified at Industry Summit

Registered attendees are once again invited to earn Automotive Compliance Education certification at the 2019 Industry Summit for no additional charge.

September 12, 2019

Rooney Joins Hudco as Partner in DC Office

Rooney Joins Hudco as Partner in DC Office

Mark E. Rooney, an attorney whose practice focuses on consumer litigation defense and government investigations in the financial services industry, has joined the Washington, D.C., office of Hudson Cook LLP.

September 9, 2019

NADA Mounts Opposition to Enhanced Safeguards Rule

NADA Mounts Opposition to Enhanced Safeguards Rule

National Automobile Dealers Association officials have told the FTC that proposed new provisions to the Safeguards Rule may be unnecessary and could cost smaller dealers more than $400,000 in the first calendar year of enforcement.

September 9, 2019

EEOC Hits Dealer With Gender Discrimination Suit

EEOC Hits Dealer With Gender Discrimination Suit

Champion Chevrolet of Reno, Nev., has been sued by the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The lawsuit follows a complaint filed by a female salesperson who says she was bullied out of a job.

September 2, 2019

Mazda Dealer Faces Termination Over Warranty Work

Mazda Dealer Faces Termination Over Warranty Work

Mazda has attempted to cancel its franchise agreement with a Texas dealer for failing to complete Takata airbag recall orders. The matter will be decided in a hearing ordered by state regulators.

August 26, 2019

Feds: Fake FinCo Scored 80 Auto Loans Worth $1.7M

Feds: Fake FinCo Scored 80 Auto Loans Worth $1.7M

Six operators of a nonexistent auto finance company have been sentenced to federal prison or probation for fraudulently obtaining $1.7 million worth of loans from banks and credit unions.

August 22, 2019

S.C. Dealer Sues Former GM, F&I Manager

S.C. Dealer Sues Former GM, F&I Manager

Hoover Mitsubishi’s Mark Hoover has sued two former employees accused of doctoring auto loan applications, a scheme that led to an FBI raid and the shuttering of the dealership.

August 21, 2019

Survey: 56% of Businesses Not Prepared for CCPA

Survey: 56% of Businesses Not Prepared for CCPA

As the California Consumer Privacy Act enforcement date approaches, more than half of businesses surveyed by PossibleNOW say they are not fully prepared to meet their compliance obligations.

August 20, 2019

Feds: NIADA’s Gabler, F&I Manager Indicted for Fraud

Feds: NIADA’s Gabler, F&I Manager Indicted for Fraud

Former National Independent Automobile Dealers Association leader Andy Gabler and Chad Bednarski, a finance manager at his Pennsylvania dealerships, were indicted on bank and wire fraud charges by a federal grand jury.

August 20, 2019

3 Steps to Address Opioid Addiction in the Dealership

3 Steps to Address Opioid Addiction in the Dealership

Opioid use and abuse among dealership employees can’t be tolerated, but termination is not the only answer. Attorney offers three tools American business owners are using to confront the opioid crisis in a compassionate and compliant way.

August 19, 2019

Va. Parts Manager Faces 20 Years for Embezzlement

Va. Parts Manager Faces 20 Years for Embezzlement

A former dealership employee was accused of systematically scrapping nearly $250,000 worth of catalytic converters and selling them to a recycling center for pennies on the dollar.

August 13, 2019

High Risk, Low Reward: Employee Accused of Stealing ID for ’07 Corvette
Experian Teams With Oliver Wyman to Launch CECL Forecaster
DOJ Settles Nissan Captive Case for $3M

DOJ Settles Nissan Captive Case for $3M

The U.S. Department of Justice announced Nissan Motor Acceptance will pay $3 million to settle charges that it unlawfully repossessed 113 vehicles belonging to active military members.

August 7, 2019