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Deceptive Practices Suit Against Pa. Dealer Dismissed

The Pennsylvania Superior Court has dismissed a lawsuit against a Porsche dealership that claimed the business violated consumer protection and unfair trade practice laws after it refused to reimburse a customer.

March 19, 2015

Mass Action Suit Filed Against TrueCar

Mass Action Suit Filed Against TrueCar

The law firm of Bellavia Blatt & Crossett has filed a mass action lawsuit against TrueCar, claiming that the lead provider’s business practices constitute false advertising.

March 10, 2015

Mass. Dealer Sued for Selling Defective Cars

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has filed a complaint against a used-car dealer who allegedly had customers fill out blank contracts and then charged them at least twice the agreed-upon price for defective cars.

March 3, 2015

Ala. AG Shuts Down Dealer for Fraud

Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange was granted a temporary restraining order against the owners of a used-car dealership, as well as permission to seize the dealer’s property.

February 26, 2015

N.C. Dealerships Reach $225K Settlement in Predatory Loan Case

Two used-car dealerships and their owner reached a settlement this month with the Department of Justice and the state attorney general. The settlement resolves a lawsuit that alleged the dealerships charged African American buyers more for loans and repossessed vehicles without reasonable notice.

February 17, 2015

Minn. AG’s Lawsuit Against EFG Dismissed

The lawsuit, which charged the F&I product provider with violating three consumer-protection laws for the way it handled service-contract cancellations and refunds, was dismissed 90 days after it was filed.

January 15, 2015

Federal Judge Dismisses GAP Coverage Lawsuit

A judge in Maryland dismissed a lawsuit against the Pohanka Auto Group. It alleged that the group’s GAP coverage was “phony” because it did not meet the definition of a debt-cancellation agreement under Maryland law.

October 16, 2014

Court Upholds $15.6M Verdict Against Toyota Dealerships

Pennsylvania’s Superior Court upheld a ruling that awarded $15.6 million to the driver and passengers in a Toyota van that malfunctioned after two dealerships allegedly failed to follow the recommended maintenance procedures when servicing the vehicle.

October 9, 2014

N.Y. Judge Rules in Favor of Dealer in Case Against GM

N.Y. Judge Rules in Favor of Dealer in Case Against GM

An administrative judge from New York’s Department of Motor Vehicles ruled this week that GM’s statewide sales benchmark was not reasonably applied, concluding that the manufacturer did not have the right to terminate Beck Chevrolet.

October 9, 2014

Court Rules Yelp Can Manipulate Business Ratings

Court Rules Yelp Can Manipulate Business Ratings

This month, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court’s ruling that dismissed a proposed class-action lawsuit against Yelp. The suit claimed the company extorts advertising dollars from businesses in exchange for good reviews, a practice the federal court said is not illegal.

September 16, 2014