The Charapp & Weiss Monthly Newsletter for Auto Dealers

Representing auto dealers in all aspects of their businesses has been at the core of Charapp & Weiss for three decades. The Charapp & Weiss Monthly Newsletter for auto dealers contains up-to-date developments in the auto industry and recommendations to ensure successful business operations.

  • January 2018:  Feature Articles: 18 for ’18
  • December 2017 SPECIAL EDITION : The Military Lending Act
  • December 2017 Feature Articles: Discrimination and Harassment – A Refresher
  • November 2017 Feature Articles: Cyber Crimes: Why You Should be Very Afraid; Congress Kills the CFPB Arbitration Rule; The More Things Change…
  • October 2017 Feature Articles: Franchisors Are Becoming More Agressive; What About You?; New Information from the FTC on the Used Car Rule; What Are The Trump Priorities
  • September 2017 Feature Articles: The New GM Policy, And Why It Is Important For All Dealers; Make America De-Regulated Again
  • August 2017 Feature Articles: Controlled Change; Arbitration Update; DOL Restarts Consideration of the White Collar Overtime Rule; Government Issues New Form I-9
  • July 2017 Feature Articles: Used Car Buyers Guide: Dealer Warranty Means Just That; CFPB Issues Final Rule Banning Class Action Waivers in Arbitration
  • June 2017 Feature Articles: You are Responsible for Your Direct Mail Advertising; Have Customers Consent to Testimonials and Images; Labor Law Updates; Consent Form
  • May 2017 Feature Articles:  Everybody Knows…
  • April 2017 Feature Articles: The Revised FTC Used Car Rule Is Now In Effect; FTC Bares Its Teeth; Address the Causes of Personnel Claims
  • March 2017 Feature Articles:  Spot Delivery – A Quiz; CFPB Wins a Battle But Will it Win the War?; Answers
  • February 2017 Feature Articles: Make Sure You Use Only Licensed Software;  Marketing Through Calls and Texts;  Labor Law Developments

Please note that the articles contained in the newsletters are designed to give general information on the developments covered, not to serve as legal advice related to specific situations or as a legal opinion. Counsel should be consulted for legal advice.

The following general news articles might be of interest to you as you research your legal issue. For advice about your legal situation, contact Charapp & Weiss directly.