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Industry Must Push FCC To Fix TCPA Litigation Mess: O'Rielly

Law360 (May 16, 2019, 9:46 PM EDT) -- While the Federal Communications Commission is keenly aware of the class action litigation "mess" that has been caused by widespread uncertainty over how to interpret the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, businesses "caught up in the TCPA spider web" need to step up pressure on the agency to act, Commissioner Michael O'Rielly urged Thursday.

The Republican commissioner made his call for the business community to take a more active role in stemming the TCPA litigation tide during a speech he delivered at a conference held by ACA International, a debt collector trade group that was among the challengers who successfully pushed the D.C. Circuit...

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