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Eighth Circuit Finds that Telemarketer’s Plausible Belief of Consent to Calls Supports Radical Reduction of Statutory Damages Award

USA - July 17 2019 In Golan v. FreeEats.com, Inc., No. 17-3156 (8th Cir. July 16, 2019), the Eighth Circuit affirmed a trial court’s radical, post-trial reduction of...

Ingrid D. Johnson.

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USA - July 15 2019 The Northern District of Illinois recently denied a motion to compel arbitration in a putative class action, and in doing so found that the...

John S. Yi.

A Busy Week for Fax Advertisements in the Supreme Court

USA - June 21 2019 Earlier this week, the Supreme Court declined to review a Ninth Circuit ruling regarding what does and doesn’t qualify as an “advertisement.” Supply...

Natalie K. DeLave.

Northern District of Illinois Finds Plaintiff Failed to Adequately Allege Use of an ATDS

USA - June 20 2019 In a recent Northern District of Illinois case, a plaintiff’s TCPA claim was dismissed after the court found that the complaint did not contain...

Christina R. Chapin.

Federal Courts Continue to Split Over Whether They Have Personal Jurisdiction Over Claims Brought By Non-Forum Class Members Against Non-Forum Defendants

USA - May 29 2019 For years, the plaintiffs’ bar has crammed thousands of non-forum class members into a single action in order to more easily justify broader...

Qiusi Y. Newcom.