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Your Arbitration Agreement Is Governed by Federal Law? Maybe Not.

A case against a Connecticut dealership proves a knowledge of both state and federal rules may be necessary to successfully navigate the arbitration process.

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Norm Reeves Dealerships to Pay $1.4 Million for Violating 2014 FTC Order

The Southern California-based dealer group was charged with violating a 2014 administrative order prohibiting it from misrepresenting in advertisements how much consumers could pay to finance or lease a vehicle.

Naïve, Sloppy or Kinky?

There isn’t much the magazine’s compliance pro hasn’t seen. In fact, he’s got a category for every type of issue he’s come across in his more than 15 years auditing deal jackets.

Fed Reserve, CFPB Leave TILA, CLA Dollar Thresholds the Same for 2017

The two agencies announced before Thanksgiving that the dollar thresholds in the TILA’s Reg Z. and the CLA’s Reg. M for exempt consumer credit transaction will remain at $54,600 for 2017.

AFIP Issues Guidance on Reg. Z and M Dollar Thresholds for 2016

The FRB and CFPB announced on Nov. 25 that 2016 dollar thresholds for Reg. Z and M exemptions will remain unchanged from 2015. The AFIP says the accepted practice for processing transactions above the threshold will also remain unchanged.

Santander Faces Class-Action Over ‘Worthless’ GAP Coverage

A woman who says she was duped into purchasing “void and worthless” GAP coverage has filed a class action suit against the finance source on behalf of Illinois customers who have signed similar contracts.

FTC Approves Final Consent Orders in Two Deceptive Ad Cases

The Federal Trade Commission has approved final consent orders which prohibit Jim Burke Nissan of Birmingham, Ala., and Ross Nissan of El Monte, Calif., from deceptively advertising the sale, financing and leasing of their vehicles.

FTC Approves Final Order in Texas Auto Dealer’s Deceptive Ad Case

The FTC unanimously approved a final order settling its deceptive advertising complaint against Dallas-based Trophy Nissan, which was charged on Dec. 23 with violating the FTC Act, the Consumer Leasing Act and the Truth in Lending Act.

FTC Takes Action Against Two Dealer Groups for Deceptive Advertising

The FTC took action against two dealer groups it targeted in 2012 for deceptive advertising. They were charged with violating the FTC's orders prohibiting them from deceptively advertising the cost of financing or leasing a car.

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Failure to Pay

Can a failure to pay off a customer’s trade-in lead to a Truth in Lending Act violation? The magazine’s legal wiz details a case involving a consumer who made such a claim.