How is the automotive industry changing in 2018? What new laws, challenges, and technologies are on the horizon? How is the ever-changing regulatory environment evolving this year? What do dealerships need to be paying attention to and preparing for now?
So. Many. Questions.
Luckily for you, we have—that’s right—So. Many. Answers.
Join us Wednesday, January 17th, for 2018 Predictions for Dealers: a one-hour presentation about what the next 12 months have in store for dealers, how compliance and regulatory requirements are changing faster than ever, and what it all means for your business. This webinar promises to be stuffed with predictions you can’t afford to miss out on. Attendees will hear from our panel of industry veterans as they look into their crystal balls and discuss the important trends, updates, and changes vehicle dealerships need to be aware of in 2018.
Meet Our Speakers: Mark Ornstein, Eric Johnson, and Kynzie Sims
Get to know our panel of industry thought leaders:
Mark Ornstein, Partner, Bass Sox Mercer
A former dealership owner and general manager, Mark has a unique perspective on automotive industry compliance. His knowledge comprises franchise matters, new business formation and structuring, training and operations, employment law, mergers and acquisitions, and financial arrangements—all gleaned from real world experience in franchised automotive dealers, motorcycle dealers, and watercraft dealers, as well as independent used vehicle dealers, and various vendors serving the industry.
Eric Johnson, partner, Hudson Cook
Eric is a recognized expert on legal and compliance issues in the automotive industry. In his practice, Eric helps dealers and licensed lenders of all kinds develop their finance programs, respond to examinations, understand proposed statutes and regulations, and navigate related information technology. He has been listed among The Best Lawyers in America® in Commercial and Banking and Finance Law and Litigation, and serves as Chair to the Legal Committee for the National Automotive Finance Association.
Kynzie Sims, Legal Content Product Manager, Compli
Kynzie is Compli’s resident authority on all things legal and compliance. She is a regular presenter at our webinars and in-person events, and a chief designer of our content products. Before joining Compli, Kynzie clerked for the Marion County District Attorney’s Office and served as in-house counsel and employment content manager for NAVEX Global.
Reserve Your Spot for Our January 17th Webinar
Gaze into the not-so-far future with Kynzie, Eric, and Mark next week. They’ll review what you need to know and do now to make sure your business remains compliant. Register for the 2018 Predictions for Dealers webinar today.