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Why Comply?

We live in an ‘Age of Compliance Awareness’ and someone is always watching. We should care about what they see.

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Reigning in Franken-agency

On June 29, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was unconstitutional. A compliance expert shares why this matters, and why it matters to dealers in particular.

Preloads, Profits, and Payment Packing

The F&I industry continues to be plagued by malfeasance at the retail level. Attorney and compliance expert gets P&A executives up to speed.

One Flu Over the Dealership

At least 6.4 million flu cases were reported between October and December 2019. Given that influenza is a serious medical condition, do dealerships have a role to play in limiting its spread?

Ganther to Serve as Featured Speaker at Dallas Compliance Summit

Attorney and Mosaic Compliance Services cofounder Jim Ganther will deliver a featured presentation on Easy-to-Implement Processes and Controls at Compliance Summit in September.

Randy Henrick Joins Mosaic Compliance Services

Attorney Randy Henrick has joined Mosaic Compliance Services, where he will serve as vice president and compliance counsel.

Certified for the Future

The magazine’s compliance pro breaks down Compliance Summit’s new certification component. He explains how it’s designed to address the industry’s true regulator.

‘Is It Compliant?’ to Cap Midwest Compliance Summit

Organizers of Compliance Summit have announced that the event will conclude with “Is It Compliant?”, an open-forum discussion of the topics raised in the course of the conference.

What’s on the Menu?

The Mad Marv-moderated compliance panel at Industry Summit 2014 addressed supposed menu-governing regulations, the hybrid manager, tablet menus and the CFPB.

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The Full Monty

Unless your dealership’s compliance outfit is covering every requirement, your store is leaving itself at risk. Our dealership compliance expert explains.