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N.Y. Lawmakers Introduce Anti-Robocall Legislation

State lawmakers in New York are taking another crack at enacting legislation aimed at eliminating robocalls, but this time are trying a different strategy. Along with bolstering the fines that could be assessed on companies or individuals found to be placing illegal robocalls, the proposed legislation would require carriers to …

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Supreme Court to Hear Arguments in TCPA Fax Case Today

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act will be front-and-center before the Supreme Court today, but only as a pawn in a more existential discussion about whether courts have a requirement to accept how a regulator interprets a statute. PDR Network v. Carlton & Harris Chiropractic will be argued before the Supreme …

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Another Guilty Plea in Collection Scam

An “intermittent” employee who worked as a collector and trained others to scam individuals out of more than $3 million in payments has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and is now facing up to 20 years in prison. Shauniqua Rodriguez, 40, of Niagara Falls, N.Y., pleaded guilty …

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