A Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) case decided by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has direct implications for all organizations that employ third-party providers to conduct their outbound calling and text messaging campaigns. It could also impact the extent to which courts will defer to portions of the FCC’s TCPA orders
In an ever-changing technological landscape, organizations are increasingly at risk under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA). The TCPA imposes restrictions on telemarketing and the use of automated telephone equipment, affecting any organization that engages with consumers through text messages, prerecorded calls, faxes, and other advanced technologies. Regulators and plaintiffs’ class-action attorneys are targeting alleged
Businesses that use automated technologies to place telemarketing calls and messages have just over a month to assess and revise their current calling practices to avoid the risk of expensive, time-consuming lawsuits under new Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) rules enacted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
In a decision with important implications for companies that hire outside marketing firms, a federal judge has certified a class of nearly 60,000 individuals who allegedly received an unsolicited text message from a marketing company hired by Stonebridge Life Insurance Company. The plaintiff in Lee v. Stonebridge Life Insurance Company and Trifecta Marketing Company, LLC, 3:11-cv-00043 (N.D. Cal.) alleges