The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Facebook v. Duguid: A Discussion of its Implications

by the Consumer Financial Services Group
April 5, 2021
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After looking at how the decision narrows the technology covered by the Telephone Consumer Protection Act’s automatic telephone dialing system definition, we discuss its implications for TCPA litigation going forward, including do-not-call and prerecorded call claims and the intersection with debt collection claims, and for regulatory compliance when making calls for telemarketing or lead generation, as well as possible Congressional responses to the decision.

Dan McKenna, Practice Group Leader of Ballard Spahr’s Consumer Financial Services Litigation Group, hosts the conversation, joined by Mark Furletti, Co-Chair of the firm’s Consumer Financial Services Group, and three partners in the firm’s Consumer Financial Services Litigation Group: Stefanie Jackman, Jenny Perkins, and Joel Tasca.

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