Las Vegas Strip Club Wants Junk Text Class Action Axed

Law360, New York (May 19, 2015, 2:42 PM EDT) -- A Las Vegas strip club told a California federal judge on Monday that a proposed class action alleging it peppered consumers with spam text messages should be tossed since it fails under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act because the alleged texts were not sent using an automatic dialer.

Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club, which is owned by Shac LLC and unsuccessfully tried to have the lawsuit dismissed for lack of jurisdiction last year, is now taking another stab at dodging plaintiff John Luna’s proposed class action by asking the court for summary judgment on grounds that the alleged spam text messages were sent as a...

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