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Bass Sox Mercer represents automobile, truck and motorcycle dealers in
complex commercial transactions, business and franchise disputes,
operational issues and litigation. The firm has the knowledge and
experience to address a wide range of issues, with the goal of not only
aiding their clients in meeting a specific, immediate objective, but also
providing creative responses and strategic solutions for issues
that will arise in the future.

REPRESENTING AUTO DEALERS FOR OVER 25 YEARS

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Announcing our new Attorneys : Logan Parker & Kirby Bissel

Announcing our new Attorneys : Logan Parker & Kirby Bissel

We would love to welcome the newest members of our team, Logan Parker and Kirby Bissel.

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Seminar Opportunities

Seminar Opportunities

We at Bass Sox Mercer strongly believe that it is critical for motor vehicle dealers and their Association Directors to be educated on the varying issues affecting the retail motor vehicle industry. Because we represent motor vehicle dealers in all aspects of their franchises, including disputes with manufacturers and plaintiff’s attorneys, our partners are uniquely suited to bring real-time examples to bear upon their seminar topics.

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BSM Publications

BSM Publications

Bass Sox Mercer is an excellent source of information on industry trends and legal matters regarding automobile dealerships and franchise issues. We regularly publish and disseminate white papers, articles, surveys, studies, and presentations on landmark subject matter.

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What Clients Say

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BSM has specialized in the representation of franchised motor vehicle dealers for 30 years.
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BSM has represented franchised motor vehicle dealers with operations in all 50 of the United States as well as in Puerto Rico, Canada, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam.
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BSM obtained $1.6 billion in settlements on behalf of U.S. franchised VW dealers in a class action brought to address damages resulting from the diesel-gate scandal.
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In 2016, the Firm closed 34 automotive transactions representing 70 franchises.