TCPA Suit Review Crunch San Diego LLC allegedly sent text messages to customers using an autodialer in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). However, the gym chain has requested that the Su...More About "Gym Seeking Supreme Court Review in TCPA Suit"
Sutherland Global Services Inc. is accused of making unsolicited phone calls in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) on behalf of AT&T – and is now requesting that the class action be...More About "3rd Party Vendor Claims TCPA Violation on Behalf of AT&T"
Supreme Court Hearing TCPA Fax Suit The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case regarding whether a district court was right in its ruling that an unsolicited fax by a health information provider did not violate t...More About "Supreme Court Hearing TCPA Fax Suit"
On Monday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) called on the industry to start preventing robocalls within a year — or they will have to step in. This includes establishing a system to prevent robocall...More About "FCC Says Solve Robocall Spoofing Or It Will"
TCPA Fax Suit A result of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), veterinary products company Heska Corp. is set to pay $6.75 million for sending thousands of unwarranted faxes. The class action...More About "TCPA Fax Suit: Vet Supply Co. to Pay $6.75M"
This week the Ninth Circuit decided to not reconsider its decision to use a broadened definition of “autodialer” when claiming that Crunch San Diego LLC of autodialed members’ cellphones with unwarranted ...More About "9th Circ. Upholds Broad Autodialer Definition in Crunch Case"
Lawsuit Faces ATDS Debate A customer suing Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, Hyundai Motor America Inc., and Mercedes-Benz USA LLC for sending unsolicited automated advertising text messages has asked the Florida fe...More About "Customer Argues Robotext Suit Stands Despite ATDS Debate"
Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a public notice seeking opinion on the interpretation of the definition of an Automated Telephone Dialing System (ATDS) as defined by the Telephon...More About "FCC Seeks Public Opinion on ATDS Definition"
In the case of Barton v. Credit One Financial, an Ohio federal district court has ruled that a consumer’s oral revocation of consent to receive autodialed and prerecorded calls to his cell phone was ruled to ...More About "Court Rules Verbally Revoking TCPA Consent Ineffective"
TCPA Violation Fines In a proposed class action settlement, Papa Murphy’s, a pizza chain based in Washington, will pay $22.6 million in the form of cash and a voucher payment. According to a bid for prelimina...More About "TCPA Violation Fines Continue in 2018"
Last week, Gryphon Networks exhibited at the 2018 Professional Association for Customer Engagement (PACE) Convention & Expo outside of Atlanta, GA. At the conference, Ken Kraetzer of CBSIServices.com had th...More About "PACE Interview with Gryphon’s Stefan Dunigan"
The Senate is working on a bill to make it easier for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to target illegal robocalls. Introduced by Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) this week, the Robocall Enforcement E...More About "Senate Introduces Bill to Help FCC Combat Robocalls; Urges Further Action"