Aaron Jacoby and Arent Fox represented his client in a case involving an alleged breach of a 20 year, $30,000 per month commercial/industrial lease and an alleged conspiracy among multiple defendants to defraud a putative landlord. Mr.
Aaron Jacoby and Arent Fox represented their client in an employment case where the plaintiffs were employed by our client as the General Sales Manager and Sales Manager. In January of 2009, their employment was terminated and statements were allegedly made about the reason for their termination at an employee meeting and to the General Manager of another dealership. The plaintiffs’
Aaron Jacoby led a team in what is described as one of the largest auto industry class actions in California, filed against virtually every dealer in the state; In re Vehicle Lease Document Cases. The case took more than ten years to litigate to conclusion. In 1999, Louis P. Trygar (Plaintiff) filed an individual action, entitled Louis P. Trygar v. HAK, Inc.
Aaron Jacoby leads an Arent Fox regulatory team in ongoing regulatory matters, providing strategic advice on new ways of advertising cars and linking dealers with consumers. These engagements go to the heart of the latest changes in the automotive sector. We have helped create a business and access model that complies with regulations in the 50 states. From a regulatory standp
Aaron Jacoby leads an Arent Fox team that continues to provide regulatory, IP and corporate advice to reinvent distribution and retail channels for the sale of automobiles in the United States. The ideas involve bypassing traditional channels and giving the resulting cost savings back to consumers.
Arent Fox advises two leading electric motorcycle companies that are experimenting with innovative new distribution methods.
Arent Fox LLP won a major victory February 18, 2011, in the defense of its clients, a luxury automotive dealership, and its general manager, in an employment and defamation action filed by two former sales managers.
Advising a major publicly traded automotive supplier on developing its successful application for a multimillion dollar conditional loan commitment from the US Department of Energy to develop fuel efficient components for alternative fuel vehicles through the Alternative Technology Vehicle Loan Program.