The plaintiffs’ bar has been filing an ever-increasing number of class actions under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act to challenge marketing and debt-collection efforts by businesses using a variety of technologies—including automated telephone calls, text messages, and faxes. That trend will likely continue: New rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are about to go into effect, and a number of recent court decisions threaten to subject businesses to increased liability.
Yet companies are not defenseless. Businesses that face TCPA class actions can employ an array of cutting-edge strategies aimed at eliminating liability altogether, narrowing the scope of putative class actions, or securing settlements at a fair price that will satisfy judicial scrutiny.
Please join Mayer Brown partners Archis Parasharami, Kevin Ranlett, and Howard Waltzman as they discuss these issues. Key topics that will be discussed include:
For additional information, please contact Jean Shim at or +1 202 263 3885.
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