The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has published a new Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) focused on the issue of revocation, seeking “to clarify and strengthen consumers’ ability to revoke consent to receive both robocalls and robotexts,” as well as ...
States are continuing their focus on telemarketing, with updates and new laws in Arizona, Florida, Maryland, Mississippi, Tennessee and Washington, and a bill in Georgia waiting on a gubernatorial signature.
A federal court in Missouri granted class certification in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act action that could cost the defendant almost $4 million for allegedly sending unsolicited faxes.
After a jury awarded a Telephone Consumer Protection Act plaintiff $8,500 in damages at trial, the judge declined to treble the award—and instead cut it to $6,500.
A Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) defendant’s do not call (DNC) policy was not enough to avoid potential TCPA liability, an Illinois federal court recently held.
Text messages sent to generate real estate sales leads did not qualify as telephone solicitations under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act’s (TCPA) regulations, according to a Texas federal court decision.
The Eleventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to an en banc review of a notable decision issued last July with respect to Article III standing for purposes of a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) lawsuit.
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.