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Nadia Adams

I Can See Clearly Now: Court Holds It’s “Abundantly Clear” That the TCPA Requires “Sender” of Fax to Either Physically Transmit or Cause It to Be Sent

Back in May 2017, Garner Properties & Management, LLC (“Plaintiff”) filed a class action against Defendants Marblecast of Michigan, Inc. (“Marblecast”) and American Woodmark Corporation (“American Woodmark”) in the Eastern District of Michigan alleging that the Defendants violated the TCPA by sending unsolicited fax advertisements (the “Fax”).  This week, […]

Stay Imminent?:  District Court Orders Plaintiff to Show Cause Why TCPA Class Action Shouldn’t be Stayed Pending Ninth Circuit’s Determination of Challenges to Constitutionality of the TCPA 

    Yesterday, Judge Otis Wright of the Central District of California ordered the Plaintiff in a TCPA class action to show cause why the case shouldn’t be stayed pending the outcome the First Amendment issues before the Ninth Circuit in the Gallion v. Charter Commc’ns, Inc., 287 F. […]

The TCPA: It’s All So Simple Really

  On September 16, 2018, TCPAland’s own Czar, Eric J. Troutman, and the “Kingmaker” Jeremy S. Gladstone, Assistant General Counsel and TCPA Subject Matter Expert at Capital One, spoke at the MBA’s Regulatory Compliance Conference in Washington, D.C. It was a sight to behold.  In the presentation, Eric […]

Don’t Call It a Comeback: The National Do Not Call Registry Has Been Here for Years, but DNCR Litigation Is on the Rise and This is What You Need to Know to Prevent It

Here at TCPAland, we’ve recently mused about the potential for a new wave of TCPA litigation following recent court decisions suggesting that predictive dialers are no longer subject to the TCPA (Here) and (Here). In light of these decisions, plaintiffs seem to be testing theories of relief under […]