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U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Zappos Data Breach Case

USA - April 2 2019 The Supreme Court recently declined to review the Ninth Circuit's decision in Zappos.com, Inc. v. Stevens, a class action suit resulting from a 2012...

Kristin Ann Shepard, Christina R. Chapin.

In Latest Example of New Jersey’s Hostility to Arbitration, Appellate Division Holds that Agreement Stating that Either Party “May” Compel Arbitration Is Too “Ambiguous” to Enforce

USA - January 3 2019 Businesses in search of a New Year’s resolution should consider taking a fresh look at their arbitration agreements with their customers...

Michael P. Daly.

Allegations of Equipment’s Potential Functionalities Not Sufficient to Survive Motion to Dismiss after ACA Int’l

USA - July 16 2018 On July 12, 2018, the Northern District of Ohio dismissed a complaint that failed to “allege any facts that the defendant uses a system that has the...

Industry Groups Urge FCC to Clarify ATDS After ACA Int’l

USA - May 7 2018 On May 3, 2018, a broad range of 18 industry groups led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce petitioned the FCC to take much-needed action to curb abusive...

Laura H. Phillips.

Revocation of Consent Must Be Reasonable and Recollected

USA - May 10 2017 Two recent decisions rebuffed TCPA claims arising from calls or text messages that were received after the called parties had allegedly revoked their...

Anthony D. Glosson, Michael P. Daly.