Automotive Dealer Law
Operating a motor vehicle dealership involves managing numerous compliance pitfall risks. Ohio automotive dealers have to comply with state laws, including, the Consumer Sales Practices Act, the Retail Installment Sales Act, and the motor vehicle title law, to name a few. In addition, car dealerships must comply with a myriad of federal laws, including, but not limited to, the FTC’s Privacy and Safeguards Rules, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), the Patriot Act, the IRS cash reporting rules, Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and Regulation B.
The Gertsburg Law Firm has a team of experienced lawyers that can help you navigate automotive laws. Our attorneys can help your dealership understand the pitfall risks and guide you through implementing changes before issues arise. We currently offer a specially-tailored internal audit service. This service can help your motor vehicle dealership manage legal compliance proactively and implement necessary policies and processes.
Our attorneys represent motor vehicle dealers’ interests in all facets of dealership operation, including, dealership compliance, business transactions, and disputes. We counsel clients on business issues that are unique to car dealers, whether it involves structure, finance, labor relations, advertising, and consumer sales, or other automotive law issues. The Gertsburg Law Firm has successfully represented car dealers in defending civil consumer complaints and responding to Ohio Attorney General Investigations. Please call us today to schedule a consultation.