Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Link here to read our latest edition of the Monthly TCPA Digest, providing insights and news related to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). This month’s issue examines four recent rulings from Seventh Circuit trial courts regarding an FCC rule under the TCPA that mandates opt-out language on solicited faxes, or those sent with the recipient’s consent. The first two district court rulings rejected the D.C. Circuit’s holding invalidating the rule, while the two most recent rulings upheld the appellate decision. In addition, we cover FCC activity related to robocalls and whether mortgage holders’ calls to borrowers in disaster-affected areas violate the TCPA’s consent requirements.

If you have suggestions for topics you’d like to see featured in the Monthly TCPA Digest, or any questions about the issue, please reach to Mintz Levin’s TCPA and Consumer Calling Practice team.

It’s time for our monthly review of insights and news related to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).   The October issue examines a ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, which held that plaintiffs can use affidavits to help meet the standard for TCPA class certification.  In addition, the review covers a U.S. Senate hearing on the Do Not Call Registry and Federal Communications Commission activity related to robocalls and aspects of the TCPA’s prior express consent requirements.

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The latest edition of the Mintz TCPA Digest has been published and you can read it hot off the presses, here.

This month’s issue features updates on the latest regulatory activities and an article on a potential ruling that could have major implications for pending and future TCPA cases.

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