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FCC Orders Telecom Providers to Block Global Gateway Provider

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ordered voice service providers to block all traffic from One Eye, a global gateway telecom provider, due to what the FCC says is a persistent effort to facilitate illegal robocalls. This is the most drastic action that the FCC has taken against a carrier to date.

Webinar Recap – FTSA Amendments

We recently hosted a webinar titled FTSA De-Fanged? Everything You Need to Know RIGHT NOW About the Amendments to Florida’s Dreaded Mini-TCPA. The webinar featured a panel of Eric J. Troutman, Partner at Troutman Amin, LLP; Jenniffer Cabrera, Associate at Troutman Amin, LLP; Aaron S.

TCPA Class Action Against L'Oréal Centers on Opt-Outs

This week, a plaintiff filed a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action against cosmetics giant L'Oréal. The complaint alleges that the defendant failed to heed opt out requests and continued to send the plaintiff text messages.

2023 May Restricted Do Not Call Dates

Calls to these States on restricted Do Not Call (DNC) dates could result in a potential State violation:

State Restricted Do Not Call Dates

May 4, 2023 – Rhode Island Independence Day

  • Rhode Island

May 29, 2023 – National Memorial Day

  • Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi*, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah

Canadian Restricted Do Not Call Dates

May 22, 2023 – Victoria Day

  • National, except New Brunswick and Nova Scotia

Compliance Refresher: Calling Florida and Oklahoma

State-level telemarketing laws are nothing new. In fact, many states’ laws predate the federal Do Not Call (DNC) Registry and Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). But level of risk associated with state telemarketing regulations has increased precipitously in recent years, particularly in Florida and Oklahoma.

CMS Follows REACH’s Recommendation on TPMO Ruling

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have been considering policy and policy and technical changes for 2024. Among those potential changes was a rule that would have prevented third-party marketing organizations (TPMOs) from partnering with one another.