Buccaneers' $19.5M Deal Over Junk Faxes Gets Early Nod

Law360, Los Angeles (March 31, 2017, 9:39 PM EDT) -- A Florida federal magistrate judge preliminarily approved a $19.5 million settlement the Tampa Bay Buccaneers struck with a Florida client services firm that resolves Telephone Consumer Protection Act litigation over faxed advertisements for game tickets sent in 2009 and 2010.

The ruling puts to bed a yearlong putative class action filed against the Buccaneers Limited Partnership by Technology Training Associates Inc. that featured the same claims filed in an earlier suit by Cin-Q Automobiles Inc. and Medical and Chiropractic Clinic Inc.

Much of the lengthy procedural history in the Cin-Q suit against the Buccaneers factored into U.S. Magistrate Judge Anthony E....

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