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Brian Trenz v. On-Line Administrators, Inc. et al

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Case Number:

2:15-cv-08356

Court:

California Central

Nature of Suit:

Other Statutory Actions

Multi Party Litigation:

Class Action

Judge:

Josephine L. Staton

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  1. October 22, 2018

    VW Pushes For Decertification Of Subclass In TCPA Row

    Volkswagen has asked a California federal judge to decertify a subclass of customers in a class action claiming they received allegedly unauthorized service robocalls, saying their individual circumstances are too varied.

  2. October 16, 2018

    VW Can't Duck Court Rules In Robocall Suit, Class Says

    A certified class of Volkswagen owners suing over robocalls has urged a California federal court not to bend its rule restricting parties to only one summary judgment motion, saying the German automaker already wasted its only chance.

  3. October 16, 2017

    VW, Marketing Co. Appeal Class Cert. In Autodialing Suit

    Volkswagen and a marketing company urged a California federal judge Friday to sign off on their Ninth Circuit appeal of a decision granting certification to a class of car owners who allegedly received illegal autodialed service reminders, challenging whether the named plaintiff consented to the calls, which could mean the difference of $735 million in liability.

  4. September 26, 2017

    Calif. Judge Certifies 2 Classes In VW Autodialing Suit

    A California federal judge on Monday certified two classes of Volkswagen owners who claim the automaker and a marketing company illegally targeted their cellphones with autodialed calls in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, but cut one of the four named vehicle owners from the suit because he agreed to be contacted.

  5. August 25, 2017

    VW Drivers Make 2nd Bid For Class Cert. In Autodialing Suit

    Volkswagen dealership customers accusing the auto giant of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act with autodialed solicitations urged a California federal judge on Friday to grant their revised class certification bid, saying it addressed the court's concern about a change in FCC rules about obtaining consent for such calls.

  6. June 27, 2017

    VW, Marketing Co. Want 2 People Cut From TCPA Class Action

    Two of four people claiming Volkswagen and a marketing company violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act with autodialed calls shouldn’t be allowed to stay in the proposed class action because they voluntarily provided their phone numbers, the companies told a California federal court Monday.

  7. April 27, 2017

    VW Owners Lose Bid For Class Cert. In Autodialing Spat

    A California federal judge on Wednesday temporarily rejected a class certification bid by vehicle owners alleging Volkswagen Group of America Inc. and a marketing company autodialed them in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, finding they’d not established common questions at this point.

  8. March 14, 2017

    Volkswagen, Marketing Co. Fight Class Cert. In TCPA Spat

    Volkswagen Group of America Inc. and a marketing company told a California federal judge Monday that a group of car owners and lessees accusing them of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act with autodialed calls aren’t entitled to class certification, saying too many individualized issues are involved.