A Look at the New Wave of Telephone Consumer Protection Act Cases Alleging Do-Not-Call Claims

by the Consumer Financial Services Group
March 18, 2021
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After examining why TCPA cases alleging autodialer claims have fallen into disfavor with plaintiffs’ attorneys, we discuss the increasing volume of TCPA cases involving do-not-call (DNC) claims. Topics include how the DNC registries operate, coverage of the TCPA DNC prohibitions, elements of a DNC claim, exceptions and defenses, penalties and other available relief, and arguments available to defendants for defeating DNC class actions.

Chris Willis, Co-Chair of Ballard Spahr’s Consumer Financial Services Practice Group, hosts the conversation, with Joel Tasca, a partner in the firm’s Consumer Financial Services Litigation Group, and Lindsay Demaree, Of Counsel in the Litigation Group.

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