Tag Archives: Dealer Protection Laws

US Supreme Court Upholds NH’S Dealer Bill

US SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS NH’S DEALER BILL OF RIGHTS  Liverpool, NY– On Monday, October 3, 2016, the United States Supreme Court denied the request filed by a group of manufacturers to review and overturn New Hampshire’s dealer protection law which was passed and signed into law in 2013. The law,

State Dealer Protection Laws: Set the Bar

State Dealer Protection Laws: Set the Bar New Hampshire’s Equipment Dealers, led by the Northeast Equipment Dealers Association (NEDA), have spent over four years fighting for a fair and equitable dealer protection law. We encourage members all across North America to support NEDA and its fight for fair and equitable

One State Down and 49 to Go

One State Down and 49 to Go On March 4, the U.S. Supreme Court said they wouldn’t hear an application filed by several manufacturers that challenged the New Hampshire law that included farm equipment and other dealers under the state’s “Dealer Bill of Rights.” The bill, was passed in 2013,

Seigrfreid Bingham Cites Top 4 Changes, Concerns in CNH’s New Dealer Agreement

Seigrfreid Bingham Cites Top 4 Changes, Concerns in CNH’s New Dealer Agreement In its September 2015 newsletter, Ag Equipment Intelligence reported that new dealer contracts are on the way from CNH, which dealers say give the OEM a lot more teeth in the agreements with dealers. Read more – Farm

New Hampshire: John Deere Appeals Inclusion in Auto Dealer Law

New Hampshire: John Deere Appeals Inclusion in Auto Dealer Law The Associated Press reports John Deere and other farm equipment manufacturers faced off this week against the state of New Hampshire over the so-called Auto Dealer Bill of Rights law, which lawmakers expanded to encompass manufacturers of tractors and yard