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After a two-week trial, a federal jury in West Palm Beach, Florida returned verdicts in favor of Napleton’s West Palm Beach Hyundai dealership and its managers and employees.
David R. Hamill, Antonio J. Rivera, James Kim, Birgit Matthiesen
On January 11, 2023, a dispute settlement panel organized under the United States – Mexico – Canada Agreement (USMCA) released its Final Report in regard to a complaint lodged by Mexico and supported by Canada that the US was not applying the correct interpretation of the methodologies.
John P. Zaimes, Jeffrey B. Weston, Patricia Rojas-Castro
On September 29, 2022, California Governor Newsom signed into law the Motor Vehicle Digital Number Plates Act (AB 984), which will give the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) authority to move forward with new vehicle registration technologies and to issue alternative devices for license plates.
Warren Seay, Jr., Dean A. Roy, Lucas K. Longo*
While it’s well known that the auto industry is undergoing an electric vehicle (EV) revolution, one of the industry’s offspring is experiencing a quieter but notable sea change as well — parking. 
Aaron H. Jacoby
FTC Files Complaint Against Passport Automotive Group
Aaron H. Jacoby
Driverless car company Waymo already operates autonomous taxi fleets in Phoenix and San Francisco. On deck: Los Angeles.
Aaron H. Jacoby
Volkswagen spun off the German carmaker on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, where its stock began trading higher despite a broader decline in European markets.
Aaron H. Jacoby
A reporter and a photographer went for a ride in an experimental autonomous vehicle operated by the General Motors subsidiary, Cruise. There were bumps in the road.
Aaron H. Jacoby
Ford CEO Jim Farley has said he doesn't see a reduction in car dealerships but possibly expansion.
Aaron H. Jacoby
General Motors and the Environmental Defense Fund say they want to speed up the transition toward an electric vehicle future.
Aaron H. Jacoby
The latest projection from BloombergNEF puts the U.S. on track to hit a key target set by Biden last year, for half of all cars sold in the U.S. to be battery-electric, plug-in hybrid or fuel cell-powered by the end of the decade.
Aaron H. Jacoby
Gotion could spend up to $3.6 billion while adding 500 jobs initially and possibly 2,000 within 10 years.
Aaron H. Jacoby
Nvidia's Thor is said to come with just as much power as Thor, the superhero.
Aaron H. Jacoby
In today’s podcast episode, Aaron Jacoby welcomes back Kim Linebarger and Lewis Fisher from Moss Adams to talk about how auto dealers can prevent and detect fraud in their businesses.
Aaron H. Jacoby
In response to customer insight about car buying habits, Ford has just unveiled new plans that will change what people expect from car ownership.
Birgit Matthiesen
Five Questions, Five Answers
Aaron H. Jacoby
Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen aim to shorten supply chains for their U.S. operations and avoid difficulties linked to tariffs and tax regulations.
Aaron H. Jacoby
The automaker said the move was needed to be competitive and reallocate resources.
Aaron H. Jacoby
A number of electric vehicles should become more affordable, but watch out for a few circumstances.
Aaron H. Jacoby
The suit against the new DeLorean alleges that the high-ranked executives started Reimagined Automotive while 'some or all' of the defendants were still employed at Karma.
Aaron H. Jacoby
Clean car drivers who love to keep their car garaged or covered need not apply.
Aaron H. Jacoby
The ongoing worldwide semiconductor shortage will cause more than 100,000 vehicles to be cut from North American production schedules this week, Automotive News reported Sunday. Over 180,000 vehicles are expected to be dropped globally.
Eva J. Pulliam, Destiny Planter
Five new state omnibus privacy laws have been passed and will go into effect in 2023. 
Organizations should review their privacy practices and prepare for compliance with these new privacy laws.
Aaron H. Jacoby
General Motors' joint venture with LG Energy Solution is on track to receive a multibillion-dollar loan from the U.S. government to build battery cell plants for electric vehicles, including one going up in Lansing.
Aaron H. Jacoby
BaiduBIDU, the Chinese search giant, has revealed a new custom designed robotaxi it states will go into service in their Apollo Go autonomous ride-hail service starting in 2023.