A federal judge has granted class certification in a lawsuit alleging a bar in Kansas City’s Power & Light entertainment district violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by texting patrons who were on the national do-not-call registry. On April 27, ...Read More »
A federal appeals court for the first time has ruled that judges may reduce statutory damages in cases brought under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The ruling, issued July 16 by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, upholds a ...Read More »
Defendant James Leininger financed a firm; the marketing company for the film hired defendant ccAdvertising to conduct a telephone marketing campaign. The company made 3.2 million phone calls in one week; plaintiffs received two of the messages and sued the ...Read More »
A Quiznos franchise reached a $4.9 million settlement with St. Louis class members for sending out unwanted advertising faxes. In the settlement agreement reached on May 26, Global Bizdimensions maintained it believed that the recipients had given their consent to receive the food advertising specials by fax. The faxes sent out were advertising lunch specials for Global Bizdimensions' Quiznos Subs franchise location in Crestwood.
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