Request for Contributions – GM Warranty Lawsuit -- PA SUPREME COURT
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has granted the General Motors (GM) dealers' Petition for Appeal and has agreed to hear GM dealers' case. The Commonwealth Court reversed a June 10, 2016, decision by the State Board of Vehicle Manufacturers, Dealers and Salespersons (Vehicle Board), deciding against the GM dealers who protested GM’s unilateral change of the dealers’ labor rate and imposition of a surcharge when a dealer filed for retail rate reimbursement for parts. It is possible that the PA Supreme Court case could result in a favorable outcome for dealers.
Due to the potential implications of this court decision on the entire dealer community, the dealers involved in this case would like to request monetary assistance in further legal pursuit of their case against GM.
All contributions will be kept anonymous. Should the amount collected exceed the legal fees incurred, funds will be returned to contributing dealers on a pro-rated basis.
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