Hilton Calling System Isn't An Autodialer, Court Says

Law360 (September 24, 2018, 8:50 PM EDT) -- Hilton Grand Vacations has won its quick-win bid in a proposed class action alleging that the company bombarded consumers with unwanted robocalls, with a Florida federal judge holding Monday that the woman leading the suit did not show that the calls she received were made using an autodialer.

U.S. District Judge James D. Whittemore concluded that Melanie Glasser's claims that Hilton Grand Vacations flouted the Telephone Consumer Protection Act did not hold up because the undisputed facts showed that the system the timeshare company used to call her cellphone required human intervention before a number was dialed, meaning the technology does...

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