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Report: Inconsistent F&I Training Puts Dealerships at Risk
Lawsuit Claims Chicago Dealer Polluted River

Lawsuit Claims Chicago Dealer Polluted River

Perillo Motor Cars and its owner, Joe Perillo, stand accused of polluting the Chicago River in violation of the federal Clean Water Act and Rivers and Harbors Appropriation Act.

December 2, 2019

Expert: Don’t Ask Veterans These 3 Questions

Expert: Don’t Ask Veterans These 3 Questions

Attorney and former Army officer John Berry advises auto dealers and other business owners to steer clear of three common but highly insensitive questions many ask of military veterans during the hiring process and at the workplace.

November 6, 2019

FZA Digital Releases WCAG Dealer Compliance Toolkit
LAST CHANCE: Industry Summit and PALS Room Block Closes Tomorrow!
KPA Adds to List of Training Industry Top 20 Awards
Get the Inside Edge on F&I Product Review and Approval at PALS
Compliance Summit Will Include a Session Devoted to Sales Compliance
O’Loughlin Returns to Compliance Summit

O’Loughlin Returns to Compliance Summit

Resident compliance expert will discuss the regulations surrounding the automotive industry and dealers’ plights with fraud and legal challenges.

October 9, 2019

Don’t Miss Out: Industry Summit Adds to Room Block
Ky. Dealer Charged With Leading $4M Repurchase Fraud

Ky. Dealer Charged With Leading $4M Repurchase Fraud

A federal grand jury has charged a Kentucky dealer and two alleged accomplices with defrauding a manufacturer — thought to be Toyota — of more than $4 million by running 350 used pickups through a consumer buyback program.

October 4, 2019

DOJ Mystery-Shopped Md. Dealership Before Suing for Racial Bias
EEOC Says BMW Dealer Discriminated Against Older Workers

EEOC Says BMW Dealer Discriminated Against Older Workers

The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says BMW Cleveland violated the Age Discrimination in Employment Act when it terminated two older salesmen and failed to rehire a former service manager.

October 2, 2019

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FCA to Pay $40M Fine for ‘Cookie Jar’ Sales Reports

FCA to Pay $40M Fine for ‘Cookie Jar’ Sales Reports

FCA US and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will pay $40 million to settle charges leveled by the SEC, which accused the automaker of misleading investors by falsifying monthly sales reports to maintain the appearance of monthly gains.

September 30, 2019