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Feb 18, 2005
The U.S. Senate passed the bipartisan Class Action Fairness Act (S-5) on February 10, with a 72-26 vote.The House of Representatives also passed the Act on February 17 with a 279-149 vote.The legislation transfers class action lawsuits from state court to federal court if: ·The claim involves...
Feb 18, 2005
The Tennessee Court of Appeals has dismissed a class action brought against a Tennessee GM retailer, which alleged that the mere failure to inform customers of the existence of a "dealer reserve" in finance transactions violated the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act.Plaintiffs in the case, Beaudreau v. Larry Hill...
Feb 18, 2005
A few weeks ago, business headlines were made with the announcement that AT&T and SBC Communications would merge into one entity.For those dealerships who are currently utilizing the NJ CAR Telecommunications Program, you may be wondering what impact the impending merger will have on your service.The answer is...
Feb 18, 2005
Richard Kull of the Burns-Kull Automotive Group, was awarded the American International Automobile Dealers Association's (AIADA) Lifetime Achievement Award.Mr. Kull, a member of the AIADA for more than 30 years and a former chairman of the organization, was presented the award at AIADA's 35th Annual Meeting and Luncheon...
Feb 01, 2005
The National Automobile Dealers Association’s (NADA) compensation survey, conducted every few years, is designed to collect important compensation and benefits data for key dealership employees.The 2005 survey was recently mailed to all members, along with a business reply envelope.NJ CAR urges all dealerships to complete the survey so...
Feb 01, 2005
A dealer member has notified NJ CAR about a very plain-looking "invoice" they received from a Plattsburgh, New York-based company, for "web services."The member said they did not currently have this service and believes the invoice is a scam. The invoice, dated December 29, 2004, is for $485...
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