Judge Upholds $232k Award in TCPA Collection Case

A District Court judge in New York has affirmed rulings from both an arbitrator and a Magistrate Judge and awarded a plaintiff who received 466 collection calls from the defendant without providing her expressed consent $232,500 in damages. A copy of the ruling in the case of Salerno v. Credit …

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Consumer Groups Appeal FCC’s TCPA Ruling on P2P Texts

A number of consumer advocacy groups have asked the Federal Communications Commission to re-think a Declaratory Ruling related to interpreting how peer-to-peer messages are defined under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Last month, the FCC ruled that a calling platform does not meet the definition of autodialer under the TCPA …

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