TCPA Autodialer Dispute On Wednesday a Washington federal court rejected a $6 million deal to resolve a class action suit due to a lack of “clarity” over the scope of an automated telephone dialing system (...More About "Autodialer Dispute: $6M TCPA Deal Rejected"
An FCC Commissioner is saying enough is enough and is pushing for “clear and rational” reforms to the Telephone Consumer Protect Act. Republican, Michael O’Rielly, is now urging for change and for the FCC...More About "An FCC Commissioner Pushes for Change"
At work, we all have a desk phone at the least, maybe a company-issued cellphone and maybe you give your personal cell number to select clients too. If someone wants to reach out to you, they typically have mor...More About "Cellphone Use on the Rise: Could Affect the Way You Do Business"
Next week on June 18th, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on proposed TCPA regulation revisions that if adopted, will ‘close loopholes’ in what the Commission is calling ‘one of the mo...More About "TCPA: Will the FCC Finally Provide Clarity?"
Five of the largest insurance companies in the country were just named in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class-action lawsuit for placing calls to wireless phone numbers through the use of an automa...More About "5 Major Insurance Firms Sued in TCPA Class-Action Lawsuit"
A major US financial institution has agreed to pay $32 million settlement for allegations it made harassing debt collection calls to consumers’ mobile phones. While denying the allegations, the agreed settlem...More About "Major American Bank Faces Debt Collection Practices Lawsuit"