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Carlos Ghosn, the renowned former CEO of Nissan & Renault, who brokered the Japanese & French carmarkers’ alliance with Mitsubishi, brazenly escaped from house arrest in Tokyo, Japan on December 30, 2019.
Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash have joined forces to jointly oppose a new California labor law, Assembly Bill 5, which took effect on January 1, 2020.
A downstate dealer scored a victory in a franchise law case that could have major implications on how automobile brokering affects manufacturers’ performance metrics.
Arent Fox's Automotive Group Chair, Aaron Jacoby, was quoted in an Automotive News article.
I ask any dealer who has ever questioned the value of membership in state and metro dealer associations to pay very close attention to this article.
Governor Newsom signed AB 51, codified as Labor Code section 432.6, which prohibits California employers from requiring an employee to sign an arbitration agreement “as a condition of employment, continued employment, or the receipt of any employment-related benefit.” 
Toyota is taking the next step in the autonomous game.
It looks like self-driving cars are becoming a bigger part of the automobile club.
Hyundai is coming up on your six - zooming onto the self-driving scene.
A new report accuses one of the nation's largest car retail chains of selling used vehicles with unrepaired safety recalls.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a ….
While the California Consumer Privacy Act has impacted businesses in all sectors, one industry that has been steadily barreling toward compliance is the automotive industry.
In resolving a growing split among California courts, the California Supreme Court in ZB, N.A. v. Superior Court faced the issue of whether actions for unpaid wages under Labor Code section 558 brought under the Private Attorneys General Act (“PAGA”) could be compelled to arbitration.
Written by: Anthony Bento, Director of Legal Affairs - CNCDA
German prosecutors on Wednesday charged Rupert Stadler, former chief executive of the Audi luxury car division of Volkswagen, with fraud for the company’s role in a diesel emissions cheating scandal.
GM isn’t “Cruisin” into its autonomous life.
Will Toyota self-drive robot cars win the gold?
While the US data privacy landscape is rapidly changing, there appears to be some helpful news for the automotive industry. Notably, the auto industry may receive the benefit of being exempt from the impact of two of the more rigorous state privacy laws that have entered the legal landscape.