Debating Old And New Trends In Auto Distribution

Law360, New York (January 21, 2016, 9:38 PM EST) -- Steven J. Cernak

Jessica Sprovtsoff Industry analysts, academics and other experts debated current issues and future trends in auto distribution at the Federal Trade Commission's workshop on Jan. 19. Discussions included the proper methods of regulating both old and new issues (like dealer termination and peer-to-peer networks) that affect the auto and many other industries. 

The workshop is part of the FTC's broad mission to develop and advocate policies that protect consumers and promote competition. While state and local regulation of automobile distribution and use is decades old, recent industry entrants (including Tesla and Uber) have challenged some of its underlying...

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