Buffalo Bills Say TCPA Doesn’t Apply In Fan’s Text Suit

Law360, New York (November 20, 2012, 2:00 PM EST) -- The Buffalo Bills football franchise asked a Florida federal judge Monday to toss a putative class action claiming the team sent fans thousands of unsolicited text messages, arguing the Telephone Consumer Protection Act doesn’t apply because the plaintiff agreed to receive the messages.

Disgruntled fan Jerry Wojcik claims the Bills are violating the TCPA by sending him more than the five messages per calendar week he signed up for as part of the club's text alert service, but the team says the TCPA was enacted to...
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