The Turning Tides Of TCPA Litigation

By Sarah Jacobson and Sherry Xia (May 19, 2017, 1:22 PM EDT) -- Here's a fact of modern life that most of us are familiar with: at least once a week, your cell phone lights up with an unknown number. Sometimes you let it go to voicemail, other times you are curious enough to answer. In either case, what you end up receiving is a prerecorded message to refinance your mortgage, purchase identity theft prevention services, or claim a trip to the Bahamas. To curb these types of unwanted calls, in 1991, Congress enacted the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.[1] In 2005, Congress expanded the TCPA to apply to unsolicited faxes as well.[2]...

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