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Brown & Brown Acquires UDS

Brown & Brown Inc. has acquired the assets of United Development Systems Inc., the F&I performance and compliance management provider founded by Randy Crisorio in 1982.

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Save the Date: Industry Summit Heads to New Orleans

This year’s Industry Summit will be held Nov. 4–6 at the New Orleans Marriott, offering the nation’s premier advanced F&I training curriculum, new and returning tracks and events, and free admission for the first 100 dealers and general managers who sign up when registration opens this summer.

DOL Investigations and Employing Minors in Dealership Service Departments

A shortage of qualified lube techs is no reason to ignore the strict — and strictly enforced — Department of Labor rules governing the employment of your youngest workers.

4 Compliance Mistakes Every Dealer Makes Once

Expert lists four surprisingly common — but easily avoidable — errors and omissions dealer principals commit along the road to front-end compliance.

RSVP for ACE Certification at Industry Summit

Attendees of the upcoming Industry Summit and P&A Leadership Summit are invited to register for Automotive Compliance Education’s onsite certification review and exam for no additional charge.

FTC Shuts Down Websites Offering Fake Pay Stubs for Sale

The operators of websites that sold fake pay stubs and other financial documents have agreed to permanently shut down their business as part of separate settlements with the Federal Trade Commission, the regulator announced this week.

DealerBuilt Settles With New Jersey Regulators Over Data Breach

Software provider DealerBuilt agreed to implement security protocols to settle an investigation into a data breach that exposed the personal information of customers and employees at more than 100 dealerships nationwide.

Pa. Dealer Agrees to Pay $2.1 Million to End Prosecution Into Bank Fraud

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Hallman Chevrolet falsified loan documents as well as costume jewelry brought in by customers as collateral for purported down payments over a six-year period beginning in 2009. The dealer, David Hallman, accepted responsibility for the scheme and agreed to pay a $1.4 million fine and more than $737,000 in restitution to end federal prosecution.

AG Coalition: CFPB Has 'No Authority to Overrule' High Court’s ECOA Interpretation

A coalition of 14 attorneys general warned CFPB Acting Director Mick Mulvaney against taking any action to reinterpret ECOA as not providing for disparate impact liability — signaling that the fight over dealer participation might not be over.

Calif. Board: GM Violated State Law in Attempting to Cancel Dealer's Franchise

In an Aug. 13 ruling, the California New Motor Vehicle Board sided with Folsom Chevrolet in a case that calls into question the way General Motors and other automakers measure and enforce sales expectations.