Please join Consumer Financial Services Partner Chris Willis and his colleagues Stefanie Jackman and Chris Carlson as they discuss the recent action by the Massachusetts attorney general (AG) involving automobile dealer pricing discrimination. After a Massachusetts-based automobile dealer allegedly engaged in discriminatory pricing toward Black and Hispanic automobile customers via additional charges for “add-on” products, the AG’s office acted. Listen as Chris, Stefanie, and Chris dive deeper into the case and what it could mean for automobile dealers in the future.

Consumer Financial Services Partner Stefanie Jackman devotes her practice to assisting financial services institutions facing state and federal government investigations and examinations, with a significant portion in providing compliance-related advice. She represents a broad range of clients across the financial services industry, including auto lenders.

As a member of the firm’s RISE group, Associate Chris Carlson draws on his government background to counsel clients, bringing considerable experience in state AG investigations. His representation spans a wide variety of state and federal regulatory matters, regularly advising clients interacting with and being investigated by state AGs.

Transcript: AG’s Office Sues Automobile Dealership for Pricing Discrimination (PDF)