Cirque Wants Stay, Group Wants Cert. In Junk Fax Fight

By Steven Trader (December 17, 2015, 9:13 PM EST) -- A proposed class who say Cirque du Soleil sent them faxes about discount show tickets in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act has moved for certification, and the performance group has requested a stay in the case, according to filings in Illinois federal court.

Practice Management Support Services Inc., which accuses the circus company of violating the TCPA by sending it unauthorized faxes in 2009 offering 30 percent off tickets to a vaudeville-themed musical show, asked U.S. District Judge Thomas M. Durkin on Dec. 10 to certify a class including anyone who received a similar fax from Jan. 29 through...

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