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More Questions than Answers as CFPB Gets Set to Go Live

The leadership may still be up for grabs at the CFPB, but the newly formed consumer watchdog agency will hit the ground running on July 21.

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Impressions From Detroit

Thanks in part to recycled anecdotes from consumer advocates, the industry fared better than expected at the FTC’s first roundtable discussion.

National Association of Dealer Counsel Elects New Officers

The National Association of Dealer Counsel (NADC) board of directors elected new officers during its 7th Annual Member Conference held at the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago.

The FTC Hits the Road

The magazine’s legal wiz questions how easily the Federal Trade Commission can shift gears from enforcement body to policy maker.

Is That Legal?

Can you raise the price of a vehicle to cover a high bank fee? Get that answer and more from the magazine’s legal expert.

Truncation Redux

The magazine’s legal columnist cites two recent cases to provide dealer guidance on the FCRA’s ‘truncation’ requirement.

Connecting the Dots

Most legal predicaments dealers find themselves in could have been averted if they'd only connected the dots. The magazine's legal wiz weighs in.

The Gift That Keeps on Giving

Washington is working overtime these days, so expect 2010 to be a bumpy ride on the regulatory front.

Legislative Battle Far From Over

One amendment down, many more to go as automotive dealers face potentially disruptive new regulations.

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Before Taking the Plunge…

Legal columnist Thomas B. Hudson reviews five items a dealership's related finance company should have in place before it begins buying contracts.

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