What Electric Utilities Need To Know About TCPA Compliance

Law360, New York (May 12, 2016, 11:42 AM EDT) -- Eric T. Ray

Jonathan P. Hoffmann The Federal Communications Commission's July 10, 2015, declaratory ruling and order regarding the Telephone Consumer Protection Act unleashed a renewed wave of interest in the TCPA for plaintiffs, regulators and corporate counsel alike.[1] The commentary regarding the major implications of the ruling could fill volumes. While the impact to companies that traditionally fall under consumer-finance or consumer-protection statutes such as retailers, digital marketers, debt collectors and manufacturers is clear, with limited exceptions, the ruling is not industry specific. Therefore, despite the fact that the TCPA has been in existence for over two decades, many companies...

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