6th Circ. Urged To Not Erase 5 Years Of Robocall Violations

Law360 (April 8, 2021, 11:29 PM EDT) -- The federal government and a consumer suing gas and electric supplier Realgy LLC over allegedly unsolicited robocalls are doubling down on their bid to convince the Sixth Circuit to overturn a ruling that companies shouldn't have to face liability for violations of the national robocall ban that occurred during the five years that government debt collections were exempt from the law.

In a pair of reply briefs filed Wednesday, plaintiff Roberta Lindenbaum and the federal government, which has intervened in the dispute, shot back at Realgy's assertion that the U.S. Supreme Court's July ruling in Barr v. American Association of Political...

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