Auto Notes -- January 2012


In early November, the McNees Automotive Dealership Law group hosted its dealership law seminars in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh at the headquarters of the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia and the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Association. We greatly appreciated the hospitality of both associations in accommodating our seminars.

The dealership seminar topics ranged from employment law issues to environmental law, regulatory enforcement concerns, estate planning, buy-sell transaction considerations, as well as a franchise law activities update. For those that were not able to attend this well received event, we would like to highlight the discussion points surrounding the dealer franchise law, the Board of Vehicles Act, and the impact this law has on important franchise business decisions to be made and day-to-day activities when working with a manufacturer.

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