BREAKING: Ninth Circuit Reverses in Marks v. Crunch Appeal. Holds ATDS Includes Device That Stores Telephone Numbers to Be Called, Regardless of Random or Sequential Number Generation

The Marks v. Crunch appeal was just published a moment ago, and the Ninth Circuit has weighed in on the definition of an ATDS. Held:

[T]he statutory definition of ATDS includes a device that stores telephone numbers to be called, whether or not those numbers have been generated by a random or sequential number generator.

Our in-depth analysis of the case is now available here.  More coverage is coming so check back to TCPAland.com often. 



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