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Two of our points of emphasis for Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) compliance are: 1) litigators can be extremely tricky; and 2) the TCPA can be very expensive. A series of recent lawsuits against a single defendant all by a single plaintiff’s attorney illustrate these points.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals handed down a ruling in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) lawsuit that sets a potentially dangerous precedent with regards to sellers being held vicariously liable for the actions of lead generators.
In a reversal from how these things usually go, an arbitrator has ruled that the plaintiff in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) lawsuit must pay the defendant $286,064.62. The arbitrator determined that this serial plaintiff had perpetrated a scheme in which he induced the defendant to call him over 600 times in order to manufacture a TCPA lawsuit.
Last week, Contact Center Compliance held the fourth and final episode in our Masterclass Series. This episode focused on the tricky topic of consent revocation. Hosted by Neal Kent, an expert panel featuring Eric J. Troutman from Squire Patton Boggs and TCPAWorld, Petrina A.