Federal Court Upholds Each of MVSC’s Antitrust Claims Against CDK Global, Inc.; The Reynolds and Reynolds Company; and Computerized Vehicle Registration, Inc.

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Federal Court Upholds MVSC Anti-Trust Claims

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“We are gratified by the Court’s strong opinion upholding each of MVSC’s claims against CDK, Reynolds, and CVR. We are now in the middle of discovery, and we are confident that the additional evidence coming to light supports our allegations.” Don Armstrong, MVSC CEO

Motor Vehicle Software Corporation (“MVSC”) – a provider of electronic vehicle registration and titling services (“EVR”) – announced today that the United States Court for the Northern District of Illinois Eastern Division, the federal court overseeing its antitrust lawsuit against CDK Global,Inc., The Reynolds and Reynolds Company (“Reynolds”), and Computerized Vehicle Registration, Inc. (“CVR”) (collectively, the “Defendants”) (Case # 18-cv-864) has upheld each of its claims against Defendants.

In its complaint against Defendants, MVSC outlined how Reynolds and CDK entered into an illegal conspiracy to block MVSC from participating in their data access programs (the 3PA and RCI programs, respectively). Access to dealer data is critical for companies like MVSC to provide electronic vehicle registration services to their auto dealer clients. That conspiracy claim was previously upheld by the federal court in the Central District of California. Now, MVSC’s additional claims for monopolization and conspiracy to monopolize against CDK and Reynolds and their wholly-owned joint venture CVR have likewise been upheld, this time by the federal court in the Northern District of Illinois where MVSC’s case has been consolidated with the various other lawsuits filed against Defendants. The cases are now in the middle of discovery, with document productions largely completed and depositions underway.

MVSC CEO Don Armstrong said, “We are gratified by the Court’s strong opinion upholding each of MVSC’s claims against CDK, Reynolds, and CVR. We are now in the middle of discovery, and we are confident that the additional evidence coming to light supports our allegations.”

The Court’s opinion can be found here.

MVSC is represented in this matter by the law firm of Kellogg, Hansen, Todd, Figel & Frederick, P.L.L.C., of Washington, D.C.

About Motor Vehicle Software Corporation Based in Southern California, MVSC is a Vehicle-to-Government (V2Gov) technology firm focused on developing innovative process management SaaS solutions, including electronic registration and titling platforms, in partnership with state government agencies and businesses across the United States. A public-private partner, MVSC’s groundbreaking technology and superior processes have transformed and driven market efficiencies since the company’s founding in 2005. Our products include DMVdesk, California’s No. 1 EVR provider; Vitu, the revolutionary new solution that executes registration and titling across multiple stores on one platform; and the Registration Management Professional (RMP) training program for new and experienced dealership personnel.

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