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DOJ Settles Nissan Captive Case for $3M

The U.S. Department of Justice has ended a three-year investigation into alleged violations of...

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.

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Father/Son Dealers Face Federal Fraud Charges

U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman filed federal fraud charges against Upstate New York auto...

Mehdi and Saaed Moslem have been charged with tax and bank fraud after IRS and FBI investigators say they uncovered a scheme to hide — then inflate — income from their Upstate New York auto dealership.

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Dealer Sues Over Lexus Point Lost in 1989

In 1989, 121 U.S. franchisees were given the opportunity to sell the first generation of Lexus...

Longtime Wichita, Kan., Toyota dealer Mike Steven has sued the factory’s luxury division, claiming more than $120 million in damages stemming from a 30-year-old dispute over an unawarded Lexus franchise.

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Let’s Change One Little Fact …

Arranging transportation of a sold vehicle on behalf of an out-of-state buyer can change the...

Hudson explains how requiring out-of-state buyers to transport their own vehicle creates a ‘good fact’ that can help ensure your own state’s laws will govern the transaction.

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UDS Wins 7th Straight Diamond in 2019 DCAs

UDS Wins 7th Straight Diamond in 2019 DCAs

United Development Systems earned its seventh straight first-place Diamond award in the F&I Training category and a Gold award for Compliance training in the 15th annual Dealers’ Choice Awards.

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Calif. Dealer Wins $15.8M in Toyota Lawsuit

A jury sided with Toyota dealer Roger Hogan, who pushed for a mechanical solution to an electric...

An Orange County jury found in favor of Toyota dealer Roger Hogan, who sued the factory for fraud and breach of contract amid claims the manufacturer concealed safety defect data and retaliated against him for going public with his concerns.

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Acura Faces Class Action Over RDX Infotainment System

A class-action lawsuit claims the 2019 and 2020 Acura RDX’s “clearly broken” infotainment system...

Steve Berman of Hagens Berman is the lead attorney for a group of Acura RDX buyers and lessees who say their infotainment systems are dangerously defective — and that Honda knew about the issue before the vehicle came to market.