Well here it is, the podcast you’ve been waiting for. YouMail’s “Robocall Index” is cited by everyone–and I mean everyone–as the source of data related to the purported uptick in “robocalls” since 2015. Here’s a short list of what “everyone” looks like (in no particular order): Business Insider USA Today […]
As TCPAland residents know well by now, the decision in ACA Int’l has left courts searching for direction on how best to apply the Telephone Consumer Protection Act’s (“TCPA”) definition of automated telephone dialing system. (“ATDS.”) Although the FCC is set to issue a definitive ruling on this subject […]
Well, its official. The Czar of TCPAland—Womble Bond Dickinson Partner Eric J. Troutman— will be speaking about the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) at the MBA’s Regulatory Compliance Conference on September 16, 2018 in Washington D.C. The Czar will be sharing the stage with “Kingmaker” Jeremy Gladstone—Capital One’s […]
In Bailey v. CVS Pharmacy, Inc., 2018 WL 3866701 (D.N.J. Aug. 14, 2018), Plaintiff Jaclyn Bailey filed a putative class action alleging that CVS violated the TCPA by sending text messages to its customers notifying them that their prescription was ready to be picked up, which also included […]
You Mail’s CEO Alex Quilici joined the Womble Bond Dickinson Ramble podcast IN STUDIO today to discuss the methodology behind the company’s famous “robocall index.” Although the robocall index is widely cited as an authoritative count of robocalls in this country, as Mr Quilici explains, the index is […]
It’s hard to keep track of developments on ATDS functionality these days, as week-by-week we’ve had courts across the country coming out on different sides of this raging debate. This week is no different, and we have a nice ruling out today by Judge Gershwin A. Drain of […]
In Helping Hand, the plaintiff received a fax advertising a lunch where a “wellness presentation” would be given by a doctor, and complimentary food catered by Olive Garden. The fax included the Olive Garden logo. The problem?
As we highlighted earlier this week, the FCC Chairman and Commissioners testified today before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, chaired by Senator Thune.