Legislation sought to define OEM, certified and non-certified part types and require written consent indicating parts choice.
A bill before the Maryland legislature that sought to add a section to the Maryland Statutes to define the different types of crash … [Read More...]
The denial leaves in place lower court finding Ford’s design patents for the F-150 are valid and enforceable.
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday denied a petition by the Automotive Body Parts Association to hear its appeal of lower court rulings that found … [Read More...]
Risley discusses how the information provider is addressing industry needs in the face of evolving privacy and security regulations.
With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) coming into effect this year, and concerns over security and privacy issues … [Read More...]
Legislation that passed Senate would add repair facilities to existing regulations on maximum storage fee limits.
Legislation introduced in Oklahoma would require collision repair facilities to follow the maximum charge limits that currently only apply to … [Read More...]
Vehicle manufacturer alleges that remote diagnostic provider violated its trademarks and license agreements by providing remote diagnostic services using Ford software.
Ford Motor Company and its Ford Global Technologies, LLC (FGTL) subsidiary filed a federal … [Read More...]