Vegas Resort Hit With TCPA Suit After Cyber Monday Promo

Law360, New York (April 21, 2014, 9:16 PM EDT) -- A California man recently brought a class action against Cosmopolitan Hotels & Resorts Inc., saying the Las Vegas hotel and casino violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act when it sent him a text message more than a month after he signed up for a Cyber Monday promotion.

In an April 11 complaint, Seyed M. Kazerouni said he provided the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas resort his cellphone number through its website on Dec. 2, 2013, also known as Cyber Monday, in order to receive a phone call when a representative was ready to take his hotel room reservation. Kazerouni claims he sought...

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