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3 Takeaways From 7th Circ. Sprint TCPA Class Action

Law360, New York (June 9, 2015, 11:32 AM EDT) -- In Andermann v. Sprint Spectrum LP, the Seventh Circuit addressed two hot topics in the litigation world: (1) arbitration clauses and (2) Telephone Consumer Protection Act class actions. The decision offers important potential strategies for businesses seeking to enforce arbitration clauses, particularly to avoid TCPA class actions, including when arbitration clauses can apply to TCPA claims and in what circumstances a business may rely on an arbitration clause in an affiliate's contract. In addition, the decision provides helpful analysis for businesses facing TCPA claims from customers they have inherited or acquired from another business.

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