A federal court in Texas allowed a plaintiff to bring a claim for a defendant’s failure to maintain a do not call list, joining a growing number of jurisdictions to recognize a private right of action for such a claim under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Following in the footsteps of Florida, Oklahoma and Washington, Michigan is considering its own state analogue of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
A Michigan federal court upheld an arbitration clause found on a lead generation website, granting a defendant’s motion to dismiss a Telephone Consumer Protection Act case.
The termination of a contract didn’t end the established business relationship between a consumer and the provider of a vehicle service agreement, according to a New Jersey district court.
A mother lacked standing to file a Telephone Consumer Protection Act suit on behalf of her minor son, a California federal court recently held, granting the defendants’ motion to dismiss.
Explaining the difference between something that is possible and something that is probable, a Pennsylvania federal court found it lacked jurisdiction over a plaintiff’s claims of Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) violations.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a challenge to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) commercial non-telemarketing call exemption, upholding the agency’s December 2020 order maintaining the exemption and establishing specific requirements as mandated by the ...
Texts purportedly designed to “promote gambling” do not constitute marketing or advertising for purposes of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), an Alabama federal court has ruled.
U.S. District Court Judge J. Paul Oetken in the Southern District of New York held that a Telephone Consumer Protection Act plaintiff sufficiently alleged facts in order to survive a motion to dismiss on his prerecorded call and Do Not Call Registry claims.
The National Association of Attorneys General shared a commitment to work collaboratively with the Federal Communication Commission in a new letter signed by 41 attorneys general.