Redo TCPA Standing Ruling, Consumer Groups Ask 11th Circ.

By Matt Bernardini (September 30, 2019, 6:53 PM EDT) -- Several consumer groups have urged the Eleventh Circuit to rethink its decision to toss a case brought by a man who sued his former lawyer for sending a single unsolicited text message as a violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Plaintiff John Salcedo had asked the court to rehear his case en banc after a three-judge panel ruled in August that he lacked standing to bring TCPA claims because he didn't demonstrate a concrete injury.

In an amicus brief filed last week, the National Consumer Law Center, the Electronic Privacy Information Center and several other groups argued that the court's ruling could...

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