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Defeating Class Actions the Old-Fashioned Way

If the CFPB has its way, pre-dispute arbitration agreements will no longer protect dealers from class-action lawsuits.

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U.S. Court of Appeals Rules in Favor of Dropped Chrysler Dealers

The court’s decision will allow the case pitting 148 defunct Chrysler dealerships against the U.S. government to proceed. The dealerships were closed as part of Chrysler’s 2009 bailout agreement.

Court Rules Yelp Must Release Identities of 7 Reviewers

Hadeed Carpet Cleaning filed a defamation suit against seven anonymous Yelp reviewers and subpoenaed Yelp for their identities. A Virginia court found that the website must release the identities because the reviewers might not be real customers, and therefore their reviews are not protected by the First Amendment.

Edmunds.com Settles With Firm for ‘Fake Reviews’

Edmunds.com reached a settlement with Humankind Design Ltd., the online reputation management firm the site was suing for posting fraudulent reviews on behalf of 25 car dealers nationwide.

Fraud? Maybe Not

The magazine's legal expert takes a look at a recent case involving what his lawyer buddies call "common law fraud," and explains why promises made by salespeople can be a tricky affair.

When You Must Issue an Adverse Action Notice

Expert David Missimer, Vice President and General Counsel of Automotive Compliance Consultants, clearly spells out the conditions under which auto dealers must provide an adverse action notice. Missimer explains exactly what dealers must know and when you must issue an Adverse Action Notice under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

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