Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Compliance: Uncertainty in Uncertain Times

Date: May 28, 2020

Time: 1:00–2:00 p.m. Eastern

Location: Webinar (access instructions e-mailed upon registration)

Contact: Kenneth Horton

With ongoing confusion over what the definition of an autodialer entails, what constitutes an emergency communication, and even the constitutionality of certain prohibitions, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) has continued to be—and perhaps become even more so now—enigmatic for businesses that communicate with consumers to comply with. Companies seeking to comply with the statute and intricate regulations continue to wait for clarity as a mix of inconsistent messages from the courts and the FCC continue to leave businesses with more questions than answers.

Please join us for our fifth annual free webinar where we will provide you with a comprehensive roundup of recent TCPA developments, as well as tips for best practices to help mitigate the persisting uncertainty and risk. If your business keeps in touch with customers or consumers through telephone calls, text messaging, faxes, and other similar communication platforms, you should not miss this informative webinar.

Speakers Dan Deane and Troy Lieberman lead Nixon Peabody’s TCPA & Consumer Privacy team, which is comprised of lawyers with TCPA and data privacy experience in offices across the country. The webinar presentation will include updates and insights on:

  • The definition of an autodialer in the absence of FCC guidance, including the significant circuit split between the Second and Ninth Circuits and the Third, Seventh, and Eleventh Circuits
  • The emergency exception (and other exemptions under the law) in light of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Ongoing issues relating to reassigned phone numbers
  • The constitutional challenge to the TCPA at the Supreme Court and other potential appellate developments
  • The legislative outlook in Congress and at the state level
  • Best practices for TCPA compliance and tips for TCPA litigation
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