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TCPA class action lawsuit

What a TCPA Lawsuit Can Cost You

Who stands to bear the costs of a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) lawsuit? If you have to ask, the answer is probably, “You do.” Any business that conducts a significant amount of telephone solicitations is at risk of running afoul of the TCPA. Even non-marketing calls can trigger TCPA liability.

Examining the Strategies of a TCPA Litigator

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is an outdated statute, well overdue for an update (and may well get one, thanks to the case, William P. Barr et al. v. American Association of Political Consultants et al., about to be argued before the Supreme Court). Its flaws and inconsistencies have created a cottage industry of lawsuit-mill litigators.

TCPA Class Action Brought Against President Trump’s Campaign

While some people may be under the mistaken impression that a non-profit entity such as a political campaign is immune from the regulations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), a newly filed class action against the literal President of the United States of America demonstrates that this isn’t true.

Bloomingdale's Text Marketing Leads to $1.4M TCPA Settlement

Bloomingdale’s inadvertently violated TCPA laws by sending out promotional text messages to people who had opted into their "Loyalist Program", but hadn’t specifically agreed to receive promotional or marketing text messages from the retailer.

JPMorgan Agrees To $2.25 Million TCPA Class Action Settlement

Faced with possible fines in excess of $121 million, JPMorgan Chase agreed to a $2.25 million TCPA class action settlement. The financial services firm was accused of violating the TCPA by autodialing over 200,000 cell phones after their customers had already verbally revoked consent.