Cruise Cos. Settle Robocall Class Action For Up To $76M

Law360, Chicago (September 8, 2016, 5:40 PM EDT) -- Attorneys litigating a massive class action accusing several cruise marketing companies of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by robocalling millions of Americans with offers for free trips told an Illinois federal judge overseeing the case Thursday that they had reached a settlement that could see the companies paying out up to $76 million.

The deal will cost the companies between $56 million and $76 million to settle claims they used robocalling machines to call millions of people. (Credit: AP) The deal, which will cost Caribbean...
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