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The Robocalls and Class Actions Continue as FCC’s Omnibus TCPA Ruling Fails to Slow Surge of Lawsuits

USA - February 25 2016 In the face of ongoing uncertainty regarding permissible uses of modern telephone equipment under the TCPA, lawsuits and important precedents continue...

Derek M. Mayor, Lauren Lynch Flick, Amy L. Pierce, Glenn S. Richards.


New Legislation Threatens to Further Erode Market Share of Non-Trade Union Contractors in California

USA - December 9 2015 In January 2016, two new laws go into effect that will change the face of various public and private construction projects in California. These new...

Darcy L. Muilenburg, Robert A. James, Eileen J. O'Connor, John R. Heisse, Chris R. Rodriguez.


Stop calling me: can consumers waive the right to revoke consent under the TCPA?

USA - January 14 2015 The Telephone Consumer Protection Act permits companies to make telephone solicitations using autodialers and pre-recorded messages once they have a...

Elaine Lee, Amy L. Pierce, Catherine D. Meyer.


Class certification properly denied where individual questions predominated under California’s telephone recording statutes

USA - March 25 2014 The California Court of Appeal unanimously affirmed a trial court ruling denying class certification in a lawsuit filed under California's Invasion...

Richard M. Segal, Brian D. Martin, Roxane A. Polidora.


New FCC regulations to take effect regarding telemarketing robocalls: all businesses marketing by telephone or text must prepare

USA - October 3 2013 On October 16, 2013, revised rules adding further restrictions on telemarketing "robocalls" (telemarketing calls or texts that are autodialed or...

Darcy L. Muilenburg, Lauren Lynch Flick.