Regulatory Affairs

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NADA’s Regulatory Affairs Group protects and promotes franchised car and truck dealership interests before the federal administrative agencies. Each year, Regulatory Affairs analyzes and engages on hundreds of federal regulatory issues and proposals, evaluating them for potential dealership impacts. Regulatory Affairs also helps to formulate NADA policy positions on those issues and, through written comments, testimony and, if necessary, legal action, advocates dealership interests before the federal agencies and judiciary.

The Regulatory Affairs Group coordinates its activities with NADA's Legislative Affairs group on subjects of common concern, works closely with state and metro dealer associations, and regularly engages with other industry trade associations. Regulatory Affairs also prepares compliance-oriented guides, bulletins and articles, conducts presentations to dealers and dealership compliance professionals and directly provides compliance advice to dealerships. For assistance, please call 703.821.7040, fax 703.448.5824 or email Regulatory Affairs.

Highlights

The Latest
NADA Hails Supreme Court Decision on Encino Overtime Pay Case

On April 2, 2018 the Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision in Encino Motorcars, LLC v. Navarro, concluding that dealership service advisors fall within the “salesmen, partsmen, and mechanics” overtime pay exemption under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. In doing so, it reversed a January 2017 decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that held — in direct conflict with several other federal and state decisions – that the exemption did not apply.  Read More