I have been employed in the field of automobile retail sales since 1976. From 1997 to 2012, I was the General Manager of Raceway Ford and I owned Raceway Nissan with John McCallan until its sale in
2007. In total I have worked in auto dealership management, including compliance, finance and accounting for 36 years. Over the course of my career in the auto business, I estimate that I have
personally calculated the disclosures on over 10,000 contracts and supervised those calculations on over 50,000 contracts. I am conversant with the ASFA and the Single Document Rule, Regulation Z in
conjunction with the Truth in Lending Act, the CRLA, the UCL and I have given expert testimony on dealer transactions in California. Much of my knowledge of these subjects has been as a result of ten
years of litigation by Plaintiff’s Attorney Hallen Rosner on behalf of numerous plaintiffs against Pearson and Raceway. I have been actively involved in defending Raceway Ford in “backdating”
litigation, Stone v Raceway Ford (case number RIC JCCP 4476), since 2004.
Note to Hal: These comments are my opinions and as such are protected speech. Any attempt by you to force removal will probably not survive a SLAPP motion... and if you lose you will owe more attorney fees.