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Ruling Gives Suppliers an Edge in Contracts

The Michigan Supreme Court rules buyers must more clearly specify what they intend to buy from suppliers in their contracts.

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U.S. Court of Appeals Rules in Favor of Dropped Chrysler Dealers

The court’s decision will allow the case pitting 148 defunct Chrysler dealerships against the U.S. government to proceed. The dealerships were closed as part of Chrysler’s 2009 bailout agreement.

Edmunds.com Settles With Firm for ‘Fake Reviews’

Edmunds.com reached a settlement with Humankind Design Ltd., the online reputation management firm the site was suing for posting fraudulent reviews on behalf of 25 car dealers nationwide.

Calif. Court Rules GPS Nav Apps Illegal While Driving

In late March, a California judge ruled against a man who was cited by the California Highway Patrol for driving and looking at his smartphone’s GPS navigation app. The ruling means such apps violate the state’s prohibition on texting and making calls while driving.

American Suzuki Granted Approval of Disclosure Statement

The bankrupt car maker took its next step this week in gaining confirmation of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan. In its amended disclosure statement, ASMC said it intends to sell its operations to a new subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corp.

Modesto, Calif., Dealer Found Guilty of Conspiracy to Commit Bank Fraud

Two brothers, operators of three used-car lots in Modesto, Calif., were found guilty of conspiracy to commit fraud. The men allegedly prepared misleading and false financial statements in order to obtain financing for ineligible customers.

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