On November 17, 2011, Michael Charapp appeared at the Federal Trade Commission’s Motor Vehicle Roundtable in Washington, D.C., the last roundtable convened by the Federal Trade Commission on auto dealer issues. Mr. Charapp appeared on a panel entitled “Which practices, if any, are widespread and what are potential solutions?”
On October 19, 2011, Michael Charapp made a presentation to the AICPA Auto Dealers Conference concerning multi-dealer operations. His presentation, in conjunction with Sheldon Sandler and Ken Rosenfield, discussed the legal, managerial, accounting and buy/sell aspects of multi-dealer operations today.
On October 17, 2011, Michael Charapp made a presentation to the National Automobile Dealers Association/Automotive Trade Association Executive legal conference in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Charapp spoke about out-of-area sales by dealers and contract integration problems for dealers as result of recent court decisions.
On September 1, 2011, Michael Charapp and Rob Cohen published “Auto Dealer Law: The Definitive Legal Guide to the Purchase, Sale, and Operation of Vehicle Dealerships,” available for purchase at www.autodealerlaw.com.
On May 10, 2011, Michael Charapp made a presentation to Maryland new car dealers in Hunt Valley, Maryland at an event sponsored by the Maryland Automobile Dealers Association. The program provided an update on new legislation and an update on critical legal issues for Maryland Auto Dealers.
On April 12, 2011, Michael Charapp participated in the Federal Trade Commission’s Motor Vehicle Roundtable at Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan. Mr. Charapp provided information concerning spot delivery issues from the perspective of new car dealers.
Trust Litigation News Articles
- August 3, 2009 – “Alone in the End: Greed in Jefferson County, West Virginia (Part 1),” The Observer
- March 30, 2010 – “Families Fight Back: Greed in Jefferson County, West Virginia (Part 2),” The Observer
- February 1, 2011 – “Price of Silence: Greed in Jefferson County, West Virginia (Part 3),” The Observer
Financial Services Fraud Protection News Articles
Charapp & Weiss provides advice, counseling, and representation to plaintiffs in litigation involving a variety of financial services and products. For more information, please see Financial Services Fraud Protection. The following are recent news articles relating to the sale of such financial products and services to consumers.
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