Marriott Hit With TCPA Suit For Unsolicited Marketing Calls

Law360, New York (April 18, 2017, 1:29 PM EDT) -- Marriott International Inc. on Monday was sued in California federal court by a consumer claiming the hotel giant violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act when it made unsolicited marketing calls to his cellphone number even though he had registered it on the National Do Not Call Registry.

The consumer named in the putative class action, San Diego resident Jason Hartley, alleged that Marriott negligently and willfully violated the TCPA, saying that he and other members of the proposed class were harmed because the company invaded their privacy and illegally contacted them via their cellphones with an automatic telephone dialing system that...

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