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Amnon Siegel on the Rights of Automobile Dealers

Amnon Siegel on the Rights of Automobile Dealers

Legal Recourse for Automobile Dealers Facing Termination Recent challenging times in the automobile industry have led to harsh conflicts between manufacturers and dealers, but as manufacturers attempt to tighten their belts in an effort to preserve cash and cut losses, they should be wary not to do so in a manner that violates dealers’ rights. […]

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Miller Barondess Prevails on $24 Million Decision

Miller Barondess Prevails on $24 Million Decision

Wal-Mart Vendor Fails To Nix $24M Offset Over Venture By Samuel Howard Law360, New York (March 29, 2010) — A Wal-Mart Stores Inc. vendor has failed to overturn a trial court’s decision to offset a $12.8 million judgment against Pou Chen Corp. with $24 million in damages still owed to Pou Chen in connection with […]

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Miller Barondess’ Role in Aerosmith’s Civil Dispute

Miller Barondess’ Role in Aerosmith’s Civil Dispute

Aerosmith’s Civil War in an Elevator The band is hunting for a new lead singer; Steven Tyler’s lawyer demands: cease and desist By Dominic Patten Published: February 02, 2010 @ 12:30 pm He may be in rehab, but you can dream on if you think Steven Tyler is about to give up being the lead […]

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Skip Miller’s Take on Carmakers’ Good Faith Responsibilities to Auto Dealers

Skip Miller’s Take on Carmakers’ Good Faith Responsibilities to Auto Dealers

Hyundai sued by former California dealership in U.S. court Shawn Wright¬† Automotive News | March 24, 2010 – 3:31 pm EST DETROIT — California dealership Estes Automotive Group has filed a federal lawsuit seeking $30 million from Hyundai Motor America and Hyundai Capital America, claiming the automaker failed to keep its promise of helping out […]

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Miller Barondess Saves Real Estate Developer’s Equity

Miller Barondess Saves Real Estate Developer’s Equity

Andrews’ Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter July 20, 2009 Foreclosure CALIF. ARBITRATOR HALTS FORECLOSURE SALE ON CONDOCOMPLEX Copyright ¬© 2009 Thomson Reuters Citing the current economic climate, an arbitrator has determined that a lender cannot go through with a planned foreclosure sale on a California condominium complex. Robert E. Thomas, a retired judge working […]

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