Certifying two classes in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action, a New York federal court found that questions of individualized consent did not predominate and that the plaintiffs did not need to demonstrate that they personally registered their numbers on the National Do Not Call ...
A Telephone Consumer Protection Act defendant couldn’t hang its hat on the argument that it accidentally texted the wrong number, a California federal court recently held.
The potential for liability for callers has increased yet again, with Oklahoma’s Telephone Solicitation Act taking effect as of November 1.
California’s Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal seeks to transform the Medi-Cal (California Medicaid) delivery system for more than 14 million Californians.
On November 16, 2022, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released its Fall 2022 Supervisory Highlights.
On November 17, Director of the Budget Robert Mujica announced that he will be leaving his position as Director of the Division of the Budget to assume the role of Executive Director of Puerto Rico’s Financial Oversight and Management Board.
On November 4, the New York State Division of the Budget issued their mid-year update to the State Fiscal Year 2023 enacted budget and financial plan.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has again upheld California’s Assembly Bill 5, the 2019 law that adopted the ABC test to determine whether a worker is an employee or independent contractor, in a First Amendment challenge.
A California appellate panel reversed dismissal of a female employee’s Equal Pay Act claim, finding her evidence that a single male comparator was paid more than she was to be sufficient to survive summary judgment.
An employer’s quarter-hour rounding policy did not comply with California law because the company could and did track the exact time in minutes that employees worked each shift—but did not pay them for it, according to a California appellate panel.