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TCPA Consent Can Be Partially Revoked, 11th Circ. Says

Law360, New York (August 10, 2017, 6:43 PM EDT) -- The Eleventh Circuit on Thursday revived a suit accusing Comenity Bank of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by placing hundreds of autodialed calls to a Florida resident who the bank claimed had fallen behind on payments for a credit card account, ruling that the statute allows consumers to partially revoke their consent to receive such communications. 

In a 15-page published opinion, the three-judge appellate panel reversed and remanded to the Southern District of Florida a January 2016 ruling granting Comenity Bank's motion for summary judgment...
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Case Information

Case Title

Emily Schweitzer v. Comenity Bank

Case Number



Appellate - 11th Circuit

Nature of Suit

3890 Other Statutory Actions

Date Filed

February 5, 2016

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