Colorado Dealer Compliance Guide, Fourth Edition
Laws and regulations change. And during the past four years, including COVID-driven initiatives, how you do business in Colorado will not look the same again.
Designed for your dealership's key leaders, join us for the webinar Thursday, December 15, as Michael Dommermuth, Randy Earnest and Matthew Groves offer an overview of the Colorado Dealer Compliance Guide's fourth edition. They'll provide educational and entertaining discussions of Colorado compliance issues.
They'll share practical knowledge and experience about current compliance issues for Colorado dealers as they walk you through the Guide's now-58 sections.
Updates include 7 new chapters:
- Electronic Vehicle Registration
- Emissions Tampering & Catalytic Converters
- FTC Safeguards Rules (Cybersecurity)
- Healthy Workplaces & Families Act
- Motion Picture Licensing Corporation (TV/Music licensing)
- Pay Equalization Law
- Zero Emission Vehicle Regulation
- An overview of important dealer legal and regulatory compliance
- Material changes to Colorado dealership law and compliance requirements, including Title, Credit Cards, GAP and Mechanics' Liens/Abandoned Vehicle
- How the Pay Equalization LAw and Healthy Workplaces & Families Act affect you, your HR department and your staff
- How CADA legislative efforts offer the past four years have been enacted into law
Thursday, December 15
8 - 9:30 a.m.
WEBINAR - Your location
$299 Registration, includes Guide
$179 Registration only
$249 Guide only — Order from Forms page
NOTE: Because the Guide will be delivered, enter your correct address when you register.
About our presenters
Michael J. Dommermuth, director of Fairfield and Woods, P.C., has represented motor vehicle dealers throughout Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West for more than 30 years. His firm provides full-service representation of motor vehicle dealers.
Director at Fairfield and Woods, P.C., Randy Earnest represents motor vehicle dealers throughout Colorado on federal and state compliance matters, buy/sell agreements, franchise matters, manufacturer and consumer relations, dealer succession and employment.
Since 2017, Matthew Groves has served as CADA Vice President of Legal, Regulatory & Compliance. Previously, he served the U.S. House of Representatives for five years, creating national security policy and conducting oversight on the Department of Defense and Intelligence communities.