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Examining NMAC v. Superior Automotive Group

Legal eagles deconstruct the case that changed how courts handle contract disputes between dealers and their floorplan lenders.

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N.Y. Dealer Settles Insurance Fraud Suit for $1.6 Million

The lawsuit alleged that Fuccillo Hyundai in Upstate New York illegally sold insurance without a license to customers under the guise of an anti-theft warranty.

Carfax Lawsuit Now Lists More Than 700 Plaintiffs

An antitrust lawsuit against Carfax has garnered 700 plaintiffs, up from just 124 when the suit was originally filed in May last year.

New Mexico Dealers Fight New Inspection Rule

New Mexico’s attorney general is facing three separate lawsuits from state associations and individual dealers over a rule that requires inspections and damage disclosures for used vehicles.

New Mexico Dealers Fight New Inspection Rule

The New Mexico’s attorney general is facing three separate lawsuits from state associations and individual dealers over a rule that requires inspections and damage disclosures for used vehicles.

Ohio AG Notes ‘Big Difference’ Between Franchised, Independent Dealers

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced five lawsuits against used car dealerships last week. Like most of the suits recently filed in the state, DeWine says the issue is ‘bad apple’ used car dealers not delivering titles.

Pa. Dealer Cleared in Scam Case Sues Police, Tri-Star Motors

A used-car dealer is suing state police and Tri-Star Motors for falsely implicating him on theft charges. He was accused of conspiring with a Tri-Star used-car manager to undervalue trade-in vehicles so he could buy them at lower prices.

Judge Partially Blocks N.H. Dealer-Protection Bill, GM Drops State Dealer Incentives

Heavy farm equipment manufacturers won temporary exemption from New Hampshire’s newly amended Dealer Bill of Rights, days before it was to take effect on Monday. Dealers there were dealt another blow that day when General Motors announced it was pulling its dealer sales incentives from that state.

EEOC Sues Chicago Dealer for Harassing Muslim, Arab Employees

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing Chicago’s Rizza Cadillac after three employees complained of harassment.

Ohio Dealer Pays More Than $500K to Settle Suits

Since the end of 2012, Jeff Schmitt Auto Group has been sued by at least 25 people and has paid out hundreds of thousands of dollars to settle civil lawsuits related to deceptive practices and extra fees.