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  1. The Legal Minefield for Auto Dealers in 2019

    The Legal Minefield for Auto Dealers in 2019

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    Featuring: Eric Chase, J.D. from Bressler Amery Ross
    Air Date: February 7 2019
    1pm Eastern/ 12pm Central / 11am Mountain / 10am Pacific
    Program Length: 60 minutes
    SKU DNB1

    Join noted auto dealer attorney Eric Chase for a detailed discussion of the legal challenges facing retail automotive dealer in the coming year.

    Bonus: Eric’s 2019 Edition of the “Top 25 Legal Trends for Auto Dealers”, plus his “Legal Audit Checklist”

    The legal landscape for auto dealers is always a danger zone, populated with potholes, traps… as well as opportunities for the savvy and knowledgeable operator.

    Eric Chase joins us for a frank discussion of those legal issues that will be most in play for 2019.

    Be sure to get and review the two bonus documents prior to attending and come armed with your questions. Your chance to pick the brain of a true industry expert.
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  2. Planning for Huge Changes in Auto Retailing

    Planning for Huge Changes in Auto Retailing

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    MEMBERS ONLY LIVE WORKSHOP
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    Featuring: Alan Haig of The Haig Partners
    Air Date: February 14 2019
    1pm Eastern/ 12pm Central / 11am Mountain / 10am Pacific
    Program Length: 60 minutes
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    Disruptive Trends and Technologies Threaten to Upend Auto Dealership Business Models in the Coming Decades.

    What is your plan?

    What are your potential options?

    How can you succeed in as personal transportation continues to morph into something unfamiliar and different.

    Uber, Lyft, Waymo, along with just about every auto manufacturer, are all working feverishly to get out ahead of the crowd as concepts of “ride sharing” and “autonomously driven vehicles” become more commonplace.

    Will these vehicles be sold through franchised dealers… or will the norm be more patterned after direct fleet sales to today’s rental car companies?

    What is the timetable for these pending and disruptive changes? Can anyone really predict if, and when, these disruptors will reach the market? Are their new business models that can insure the car dealer’s role as a transportation provider?

    Alan Haig has explored the potential for highly disruptive change in automotive retailing due to these new concepts and technologies and offers his take on how today’s auto retailers can plan now to help them come out on top. Learn More

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