The Telephone Consumer Protection Act: What Every Counsel Should Know to Avoid Surprise Liability

February 16th, 2017
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The federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act governs when and under what conditions a company or non-profit organization may call a person’s telephone number using an automated telephone dialing system or a prerecorded message. The damages for violation of the TCPA can be substantial, based on $500 per improper call on a strict liability basis.

This program covers:
(1) the requirements for obtaining consent to call a person using an automated dialing system or prerecorded message
(2) the most recent case law examining the types of equipment which qualify as an automated dialing system
(3) specific regulations under the TCPA pertaining to telemarketers
(4) industry-specific regulations and exemptions under the TCPA
(5) common issues that arise in TCPA litigation and best practices to avoid litigation.

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