Category: TCPA

Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Court Finds User Reply To SMS Call To Action Constitutes Prior Express Written Consent

Winner a loser in TCPA case alleging insufficient consent

TCPA Consent Not Revocable if Part of Contract

"It is black-letter law that one party may not alter a bilateral contract by revoking a term without the consent of a counterparty."

PinPad Consent Creates Valid Contract

Arbitration Provisions Enforceable Since Terms Agreed - Irrespective Of Whether Plaintiff Actually Read

Is A ChatBot An ATDS?

Class Action Claims For Unsolicited Texts Sent To Scraped Numbers

Spam-Viting Allegations In Vogue?

Who is the sender when engaging a forward-to-a-friend feature to send invites?

$40,000 For Unsolicited Texts With No Opt-Out Instructions

Refresh your Opt-Out keywords, as well as your keyword responses

Ever Evolving Definition Of A Robocall

If part of a live call is prerecorded, the whole call is a Robocall?

Copy/Paste Not Enough To Make An ATDS

"Without the capacity to dial on its own, telephone equipment simply cannot be an ATDS."

Reminder: Time Running Out On TCPA Consent Petition

New Petition Seeks To Make All TCPA Consents ‘Written’

Attack of the Clones

Retailers Hit With Carbon Copy Class Actions