It has been busy at the FCC.
Cellphones are not subject to the protections of the federal DNC Registry, a North Carolina magistrate judge has ruled, recommending that a Telephone Consumer Protection Act defendant’s motion to dismiss the suit be granted.
A plaintiff’s Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action claims failed in the face of an established business relationship defense, an Illinois federal court has ruled.
Many health tech and digital health companies offer subscription or membership services to clients and patients on an auto-renewal basis. Under this model, a subscriber’s credit card is automatically charged on a monthly, quarterly or yearly basis.
On March 23, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission announced proposed updates to its Negative Option Rule, making it easier for consumers to cancel their enrollment in subscriptions and memberships.
There have been many recent artificial intelligence (AI) developments over the past several weeks that impact the practice of law.
Yesterday, the Federal Trade Commission announced a proposed update to its rules governing automatic renewals.
I asked ChatGPT why truth in advertising is important. Here is the result.
Consumers increasingly purchase products based in part on the environmental benefits claimed by advertisers.
A commercial general liability insurance policy may provide coverage for Telephone Consumer Protection Act class actions, the California Supreme Court has ruled, answering a certified question from the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.