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Regulatory Affairs Staff Bios

NADA Regulatory Affairs

Every year, NADA’s Regulatory Affairs Group monitors and analyzes hundreds of federal regulatory issues and proposals, evaluating them for potential dealership impacts. The staff who do this work include the following:

Paul MetreyPaul D. Metrey is chief regulatory counsel, Financial Services, Privacy, and Tax for NADA. He represents dealer interests before—and educates dealers on regulations promulgated by—several federal agencies including the Federal Reserve Board, Federal Trade Commission, Federal Communications Commission, Department of the Treasury, and Internal Revenue Service. He reports on regulatory developments in several association publications and serves as a primary staff advisor to NADA’s Regulatory Affairs Committee. He is the author and editor of several NADA publications, including NADA’s A Dealer Guide to the Risk-Based Pricing Rule, and frequently speaks to dealers, Automotive Trade Association Executives, dealership compliance professionals, and other industry groups on an array of regulatory topics, including federal developments in financial reform, privacy, identity theft, telemarketing, and taxation.

Before joining NADA in 2001, Metrey served as an attorney with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and as an active duty Army JAG officer, with assignments in Germany, the Netherlands, and Fort Meade, Md. Metrey served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the D.C. Army National Guard when he retired from the Army in 2007 following 20 years of service in active duty and reserve units. Metrey obtained a juris doctorate degree from Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law and a bachelor of arts degree from Virginia Tech.



Doug GreenhausDouglas Greenhaus is the director of Environment, Health & Safety for NADA Regulatory Affairs Group. Representing dealer interests, Greenhaus actively practices before such federal agencies as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Department of Transportation and the Department of Labor. In addition, he advises and counsels association members and staff on federal regulatory matters, has authored numerous trade publication articles and association educational guides, and speaks frequently at industry engagements. 

    Before joining NADA, Greenhaus worked as an associate counsel for the Massachusetts Energy Facilities Siting Counsel and later as a staff attorney for the EPA in Washington, D.C. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science and environmental studies from the University of Vermont and a juris doctorate from the National Law Center, George Washington University, and is a member of the bars of Massachusetts, the District of Columbia and Virginia.


Brad Miller is associate director of NADA Legal and Regulatory Affairs. He represents dealer interests before numerous federal agencies, and educates dealers on regulations promulgated by those agencies, including the Federal Reserve Board, Federal Trade Commission, Federal Communications Commission, Department of the Treasury, and Internal Revenue Service. He reports on regulatory developments in several association publications and serves as a primary staff advisor to NADA’s Regulatory Affairs Committee.  

    Miller has spoken to dealer groups and others around the country on federal regulatory issues facing dealers, and is the author and editor of several NADA publications on an array of regulatory topics. Before joining NADA, he was in private practice as an associate with the Washington, D.C., law firm WilmerHale, where his practice included representing companies and individuals in state and federal litigation and before numerous federal agencies.