Coca-Cola Can't Flush TCPA Text Spam Action

Law360, New York (May 23, 2013, 1:43 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge on Wednesday rejected The Coca-Cola Co.'s bid to shut down a nationwide class action accusing it of text-spamming consumers, saying the complaint's lack of specific detail can be cleared up during discovery and is not grounds for dismissal.

Coca-Cola sought to toss a suit brought by Bryan Robbins and Marvin Feiges alleging it used an automated dialing device to send unsolicited text messages promoting Coke Zero and other products. The company claims the complaint does not state a plausible claim under the...
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