Consent

Revocation of Consent after the DC Circuit’s TCPA Ruling

March 28, 2018 The reasonableness of consent revocation was one of four issues addressed in the recent decision on appeal of the Federal Communications Commission’s (“FCC”) Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) 2015 Order by the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. How did the D.C. Circuit rule on the revocation of consent …

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Wait – I Got Prior Express Written Consent to Call! I May Still be Violating the TCPA?

So you think you know the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) inside and out – and you have put all of the pieces in place to comply with its regulations.  You ensure that you – and any company working on your behalf – have prior express written consent before placing marketing calls to consumers’ landline …

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Consumers Could Recover Damages under the TCPA, Even If Valid Consent Is Obtained

Last month, a federal court in Seattle confirmed that consumers may sue for damages under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) even if they consented to receiving autodialed and/or pre-recorded telephone calls on their mobile phones.  Despite the fact that the TCPA is silent as to whether a consumer may revoke his/her consent under the …

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