Hot Topics In TCPA Litigation After Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants (U.S. Chamber Litigation Blog)
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is one of the most abused statutes in the United States Code. Plaintiffs’ lawyers have leveraged uncapped statutory damages, relatively easy class certification, and widespread judicial uncertainty into massive settlements in nearly every sector of the economy. In an article for U.S. Chamber Litigation Blog, Jones Day partners Shay Dvoretzky and Jeff Johnson outline the issues that have dominated recent litigation surrounding the TCPA and how its “reign of terror” may finally come to an end.
Reprinted with permission from the July 13, 2020 issue of the U.S. Chamber Litigation Blog. © 2020 U.S. Chamber of Commerce . Further duplication without permission is prohibited. All rights reserved.
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