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TCPA defendants defeat class certification, novel autodialer arguments; lose Supreme Court bid

USA - April 1 2022 The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently served up a defense victory by ruling that defendants do not carry the burden of proof at class…

Tammy L. Adkins, Benjamin H. Cook, Jonathan Y. Ellis, Amy Starinieri Gilbert, Sarah A. Zielinski

President Biden Signs Executive Order Targeting Employee Noncompete Agreements

USA - July 9 2021 Today, July 9, 2021, President Joe Biden issued an Executive Order aimed at restricting the use of noncompete agreements by private employers. The…

Angelo M. Russo, Sabrina A. Beldner, Benjamin H. Cook, David L. Greenspan, J. Brent Justus, Amy B. Manning, Sarah A. Zielinski

Forthcoming Executive Order Targets Employee Noncompete Agreements

USA - July 8 2021 At a press briefing on July 7, 2021, the White House announced that President Joe Biden plans to issue an Executive Order aimed at restricting the…

Angelo M. Russo, Sabrina A. Beldner, Benjamin H. Cook, David L. Greenspan, J. Brent Justus, Amy B. Manning, Sarah A. Zielinski

TCPA Standing: A New Circuit Split and Other Developments

USA - June 17 2021 Two U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals recently weighed in on what it takes to establish standing to pursue a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)…

Jason Leland Chrestionson, Amy Starinieri Gilbert, Sarah A. Zielinski

U.S. Supreme Court Adopts Narrow Autodialer Definition in 9-0 Defense Victory

USA - April 6 2021 On April 1, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its long-awaited opinion in Facebook v. Duguid, which resolved a circuit split regarding the meaning…

Susan E. Groh, Tammy L. Adkins, Jason Leland Chrestionson, Amy Starinieri Gilbert, Sarah A. Zielinski