“Flu Shots Available”: Court Finds that These Three Little Words Are Within the Scope of Consent Provided to Receive Texts Related to Prescription Status Updates

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 […]

BREAKING: YouMail CEO Confirms to WBD Ramble Podcast That “Robocall Index” Includes Wanted and Invited Calls (Plus Behind-the-Scenes Pictures)

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 […]

Right to Robocall: Federal Judge Strikes Down Wyoming’s Ban on Political Robocalls, Finding That It Violates First Amendment Rights

A federal judge recently put a kibosh on a Wyoming statute that prohibits political robocalls, ruling that they are protected by the First Amendment, despite Wyoming’s attorney general arguing that the statute advances states’ interest of residential privacy. Judge Alan B. Johnson found in a ruling filed last […]