Hilton Says Autodialer Not At Play In 11th Circ. Robocall Case

Law360 (April 5, 2019, 9:55 PM EDT) -- Hilton Grand Vacations is urging the Eleventh Circuit not to revive a proposed class action accusing it of bombarding consumers with unwanted robocalls, arguing that the equipment used to place the offending calls lacks the necessary features to be considered an autodialer.

Melanie Glasser brought the dispute to the Eleventh Circuit after a Florida federal judge ruled in September that her claims that Hilton Grand 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...

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