Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)

Earlier this week, Papa John’s dropped its appeal of a lower court decision finding that AIG Affiliates, National Union Fire Insurance Co. and American Home Insurance Co., did not have a duty to defend or...

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FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly published the following post on the Official FCC Blog: TCPA: It is Time to Provide Clarity. Commissioner O’Rielly stressed the need for the FCC to address TCPA petitions as soon as...

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The Federal Trade Commission has secured a stipulated judgment against a marketer who allegedly sent millions of deceptive text messages. The enforcement action is notable for the FTC’s suggestion that sending text messages without consent...

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Documents filed this week in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida reveal that a Florida mall developer and its mobile marketing service provider have agreed to pay $6,500,000 to settle claims...

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The Third Circuit issued an opinion last week addressing an apparent issue of first impression among circuit courts:  can consumers revoke their express consent to receive autodialed calls to their cell phones?  Yes, the Third...

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Only two months remain before the Federal Communications Commission’s updated consent requirements for marketing-related text messages take effect.  Violations will give rise to liability for statutory damages of $500-$1,500 per message, depending on the extent...

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