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Automatic Telephone Dialing System

Ninth Circuit Rules That TCPA ATDS Restrictions Apply Only to Devices That Randomly Generate Phone Numbers

The process of Circuit Courts interpreting and applying the Supreme Court’s automatic telephone dialing system (ATDS) definition from the Facebook v. Duguid decision reached another milestone when the notorious Ninth Circuit ruled in Borden v. Efinancial, LLC that the Telephone Consumer Protection Act’s (TCPA) ATDS restrictions should only apply to devices that “generate and dial random or sequential telephone numbers”.

Oklahoma Telephone Solicitation Act Webinar Recap

We recently hosted a webinar breaking down the Oklahoma Telephone Solicitation Act of 2022 (OTSA). The webinar was hosted by CCC’s Director of Compliance Services, Arvell Craig, with our guest, Aaron C. Tifft from Hall Estill, offering his expertise.

Political Campaigns Must Contend with New 10DLC Rules

Tuesday, November 8 is election day in what is shaping up to be a busy midterm election year. That means that political campaigns, and the communications and marketing professionals that they hire, are sending campaign-related text messages in enormous volumes. Political campaign messages are afforded some exemptions and privileges under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Third Circuit Ruling Involves Expansive Autodialer Definition

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals handed down an unusual ruling in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action that managed to set conflicting precedents on autodialer claims. Ultimately, the court ruled in favor of the defendant in Panzarella v. Navient Solutions, Inc. but the specifics of the ruling could prove influential on future litigation.