Ladies Night on the Ramble: Czarina Hosts and Manatt’s “Fax Queen” Christine Reilly Joins the Ramble Podcast to Teach TCPAland How To (Mansion) Party

  Last week the Czar took some time off to road trip with the family to celebrate his 40th birthday–and all of TCPAland celebrated along with him. With the Czar out, Czarina took the reins of the Ramble and deftly discussed the big Lord case as well as the huge Saunders decision recognizing […]

On the Edge of Our Seats: Court Stays Putative TCPA Class Action Pending Forthcoming ATDS Functionality Ruling in Related Case

Cavalry Portfolio Services is defending two nearly-identical putative TCPA class actions in California, and recently obtained a stay in one of those cases, pending a forthcoming ruling on ATDS functionality in the other. In Krejci v. Cavalry Portfolio Servs., No. 3:16-cv-0211-JAH-WVG, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 122904 (S.D. Cal. […]

Going Back to Cali: Class Claims Brought by California Resident in Florida Dismissed For Lack of Jurisdiction, While Claims by Other Plaintiff Survive ATDS Challenge

Yesterday, two Plaintiffs encountered a divergent result as to the fate of their TCPA class action claim at the pleading stage. In Pagano v. Quicken Loans, Case No. 3:18-cv-117-J-20JBT, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 120933 (M.D. Fl. July 19, 2018), two Plaintiffs – Pagano, a Florida resident, and Norris, […]