Ahead of the Curve is Scali Rasmussen's quarterly newsletter, designed to keep its clients and friends ahead of the compliance curve. (We also use it to tell you what’s new at the firm, but we try to keep that to a minimum).
At Scali Rasmussen, we know you read Automotive News and Ward’s, and follow the news and alerts from the NADA and CNCDA, among other industry publications. Rather than regurgitate stories you may have read there or received from other law firms, we strive to provide reasoned, practical take-aways for you to think about or implement at your dealerships, based on real issues our clients are having or trends we are seeing in the industry. Ahead of the Curve is helping you to navigate the challenges of dealer compliance in a changing industry.
Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Clayton Byrd
Another cautionary tale for California auto dealers
A testament to the power of arbitration agreements following epic systems & interplay of Dynamex’s impact on the gig economy
A buyer protection plan
Using modern technology to communicate with your repair customers
Employers should proceed with caution
Finds labor laws protecting “concerted activity” no obstacle
No statute of limitations tolling for pending class actions
State agency says he’s wrong
What do you need to know?
Zealous advocacy may foreclose your ability to file a malicious prosecution action after successfully defending a lawsuit
Now in incentives
What you need to know
Tips for drafting enforceable arbitration agreements with California employees
The Scali Law Firm partners with Southland Motor Car Dealers Association
What we can learn from the misfortune of others
A recent court case serves as a warning to employers
Important tips for planning and implementing them
Dealers continue to have questions on implementation
Review them carefully before committing
Why now is a good time to review your arbitration agreements
Organizational and compliance considerations
Update on associational disability claims and the need to accommodate disabilities of non-employees
A return to the dark ages; compliance is critical
Do you know what they are?
A court’s expanded approach to an employer’s duty to accommodate a disabiity