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Compli and Sacks Tierney P.A. Announce Partnership

April 1, 2008

Compli and the Scottsdale-based law firm, Sacks Tierney P.A., have formed an alliance to provide top-tier legal information, compliance consulting and technology to Arizona dealers through Compli's Dealership Compliance Management System (DCMS).

Sacks Tierney, through its 10 member Auto Practice Group, serves over 50 Arizona dealerships in such areas as: sales and F&I compliance, employment practices, business transactions, tax advice, construction, real estate and commercial litigation. Sacks Tierney is also known for compliance planning in dealerships as well as for their aggressive defense of auto industry clients against the onslaught of consumer litigation.

This announcement illustrates Compli’s successful strategy to work with leaders in the automotive field and their customers in dealership compliance as new laws and regulations arise on a state by state basis. It also demonstrates Compli’s commitment to closely collaborate and involve dealership attorneys in automating and monitoring compliance processes.

"We've partnered with Sacks Tierney’s Auto Practice Group to provide the expertise and automated tools necessary to protect dealerships in Arizona from lawsuits," said Lon Leneve, president of Compli. "This marks another milestone in our ability to provide auto dealers with the highest-quality compliance system available."

“The ability to deliver an implementation and tracking system with the input from dealership attorneys like Sacks Tierney provides a necessary tool kit for dealers to address and prevent business practices that lead to litigation,” said Stephen P. Linzer, who leads Sacks Tierney's Auto Practice Group. “We’re very excited to assist Compli in delivering its platform to Arizona dealers. Any program which enhances dealership employment practices, business processes and reduces litigation risk is a major benefit to an auto dealer.”

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