TCPA regulations

tcpa guidance

Updating TCPA Guidance to Account for Recent Legal Developments

In the last several months, nearly every aspect of the economy has experienced significant upheaval.  The marketing industry has been no exception.  Recent developments have led to substantial changes to what is considered Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) compliance.  As a result, it is important to take stock of certain elemental TCPA guidance tips to …

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tcpa consent

The Telemarketer’s Guide to TCPA Consent

Because of the growing ability – and need – to reach consumers through telemarketing technology, businesses (and their call centers) also face the growing risk of contacting consumers without TCPA consent. Call centers run more efficiently than ever before, reaching consumers through telemarketing campaigns that include live and automated dialing, voicemail drops, texting, and video …

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robocall

TCPA Restrictions on Robocalls Expanded by SCOTUS

Last week, the United States Supreme Court (“SCOTUS”) issued a ruling examining the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) exception for robocalls made to collect government debt.  The far-reaching effect of the ruling will be to expand the law’s restrictions on robocalls. What are the implications of the SCOTUS ruling on robocalls?

tcpa checklist

The Complete (Almost) TCPA Checklist for Telemarketers

Telemarketing is sometimes misunderstood, oversimplified, and even viewed negatively. There is much more to it than the unexpected call you get from a strange number while you’re trying to enjoy dinner. Reaching out to consumers using the phone is often an essential tool for most businesses. Getting the consumer on a phone call to respond …

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tcpa suit

TCPA Suit Stayed Pending Decision by United States Supreme Court

A district court for Maryland recently issued a stay in a class action lawsuit involving alleged violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) in anticipation of a decision from the United States Supreme Court in Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants, Inc.. The pending ruling in that case, which concerns a challenge to …

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tcpa law

Second Circuit Decision Deepens TCPA Law Split

The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently issued a decision with far reaching Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) implications. Specifically, the Second Circuit’s decision interpreting what constitutes an automatic telephone dialing system (“ATDS”) for TCPA law purposes bucks a recent trend that had narrowed the scope of equipment that courts deem …

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TCPA Law Update: Marijuana Delivery Venture Seeks Arbitration of TCPA Class Action Suit

TCPA Law Update: Marijuana Delivery Venture Seeks Arbitration of TCPA Class Action Suit

A California-based marijuana delivery company, Eaze Technologies, Inc. formerly known as Eaze Solutions, Inc. (“Eaze”), is seeking to have Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) violation claims against it sent from federal district court to arbitration.  If Eaze obtains a ruling in its favor, it would follow a nationwide trend in TCPA law involving courts enforcing …

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