Category: TCPA

Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Long-Winded Opt-Out Requests Don’t Revoke Consent

The only reasonable expectation Plaintiff could have had is that her request for revocation would not be successful

App Maker Not Liable For User Sent Texts

App Maker Dodges Suit Over Friend Invitations

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."