3rd Circ. Affirms BofA's Quick Win In TCPA Robocall Suit

Law360 (May 19, 2021, 7:27 PM EDT) -- The Third Circuit on Wednesday affirmed a lower court's decision handing Bank of America a quick win in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act suit, finding that the man behind the proposed class action did not claim to suffer an injury from receiving the automated calls and, therefore, lacks standing to sue.

In a six-page, nonprecedential opinion, a three-judge panel unanimously affirmed the judgment against plaintiff Mark Leyse since he did not dispute a lower court's findings that held he was not harmed from Bank of America's automated calls. In fact, the lower court determined that Leyse welcomed the calls as a...

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