October 9, 2020 --- The National Association of Dealer Counsel (NADC) will be holding their Fall Conference virtually for the first time ever on October 26 – 27, 2020. The conference will be open to all NADC members. The registration fee is $250 and includes access to live sessions and archived video recordings for 60 days, meeting materials, access to our virtual exhibitor hall, social networking opportunities and the in-platform messaging opportunities. On-line conference registration, additional information and a membership application are available at www.dealercounsel.com.
Sessions will include: NADA Update; Creampuffs, Sleds and Clunkers – Used Vehicle Sales – Legal Issues and Answers; TCPA 2020: Dealerships Under Attack; The Dealership Workplace of the 2020’s: Handling diversity, appearance, and hiring issues in an ever-evolving world…without getting sued by employees; Digital Issues Update: OEM Data Sharing Agreements – What Dealer Lawyers Should Know; Dealership Disruption, Valuation and Damages Update: Under the Hood; Breaking the Cycle: The Importance of Enabling a DMS Independent Dealership; Pandemic, Riots, and Cyberattacks: What Every Dealer Counsel Should Know About Insurance Coverage for Emerging Risks
The NADC is a nationwide professional organization of attorneys who represent automobile and other vehicle dealers. The NADC provides a forum for members to share information, common experience, and advice related to manufacturer franchise issues, lemon laws, vehicle finance, regulatory complexities, insurance laws, tax laws, buy/sell agreements, employment law, and many other issues facing dealers and their counsel today.