Ninth Circuit decision expands the coverage of the TCPA to modern direct marketing systems.
FCC and D.C. Circuit guidance on prior express consent and reassignment of telephone numbers
The FCC seeks public comment on significant TCPA issues in the wake of the D.C. Circuit's March 2018 decision striking down much of the FCC's prior interpretations.
Under the TCPA, as long as a debtor consents to be called in connection with a debt, the “prior express consent” provision is satisfied. But is consent revocable—and when is it effectively revoked?
States are turning to legislative and judicial efforts to address net neutrality concerns.
Category Data Privacy
A recently filed petition with the FCC seeks a ruling that direct drop voicemails are not "calls" for purposes of the TCPA.
The new pro-business, anti-regulation Trump administration appears to be on a collision course with the Telephone Consumer Protection statute (TCPA), a consumer protection juggernaut that has been wreaking havoc for consumer-facing businesses for the past several years. This article explores the challenges the TCPA is likely to face in the months and years ahead.