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Are consumer class actions dead?

USA - July 5 2011 To increase your sales, you offer a free upgrade to everyone who buys a new car during Presidents' Day week - "Buy now, and receive a free portable GPS system."...

Edward W. Little.


How to lose your franchise law protections

USA - March 7 2011 Everyone has an opinion about what is missing in our franchise law or how they feel it is deficient when compared to that of other states....


Areas of responsibility: challenge your "assigned" territory as it may control your future

USA - January 4 2011 Your performance statistics determine whether your manufacturer has leverage against you....

Josefina Martinez.


Transactional potholes

USA - November 17 2010 The buying or selling of an automotive dealership, usually via the purchase or sale of the dealership assets, has become an increasingly complicated and sophisticated legal transaction requiring expertise in many legal disciplines, including corporate law, real estate law (including leasing), banking and finance, environmental law, contract law, employment law, and tax law, often involves municipal zoning and permitting expertise....

Burton Winnick.


How much are you willing to pay for “luxury?”

USA - November 17 2010 Ford has been surprisingly transparent in its plans for the Lincoln brand....

Josefina Martinez.