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First Circuit Deems Hyperlink Inconspicuous, Reverses Order Compelling Arbitration

USA - August 9 2018 The First Circuit recently reversed an order compelling arbitration in a putative class action, and in doing so found that Uber could not enforce its...

Michael P. Daly.


TCPA Defendant Allowed to Seek Indemnification from Plaintiff’s Daughter, the Intended Recipient of its Debt-Related Calls

USA - June 27 2018 One of the central issues that was before the D.C. Circuit in ACA International v. FCC was whether the term “called party” refers to the intended or...

Sheldon Eisenberg.


A Call for Change: D.C. Circuit Dials Back FCC’s 2015 TCPA Ruling

USA - March 29 2018 Now that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has issued its long-awaited decision in ACA Int’l v. FCC, courts and litigants must...

Anthony D. Glosson, Justin O. Kay, Marsha J. Indych, Michael P. Daly, Laura H. Phillips, Bradley J. Andreozzi, Matthew J. Adler.


Court Finds Lawsuit Based on “Ruse,” Orders Plaintiff to Show Cause

USA - January 5 2018 A recent ruling from the Southern District of Ohio reveals the lengths to which some plaintiffs will go to manufacture TCPA claims - and how some...

Bradley J. Andreozzi.


Here We Come A-Revoking: Professional Plaintiffs Target Text Messaging

USA - December 21 2017 There is something magical about shopping during the holidays. Those who favor the bustle of malls will enjoy elaborate window displays and the...

Michael P. Daly.