THE TCPA WORKSHOP - THE QUESTIONS NO ONE HAS ANSWERED AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TCPA AND COMPLIANCE
David J. Kaminski, Partner, CARLSON & MESSER LLP
The TCPA is constantly changing. New TPCA decisions by Federal Courts threaten the FCC’s 2008 “express consent” interpretation for creditors and collection agencies. Federal Courts of Appeal are in the process of examining the FCC’s 2008 Consent ruling and its application to medical debt. The FCC has been flooded with Petitions to deem that “Preview Dialing” does not violate the TCPA. Other petitions ask the FCC to grant new exemptions. What does “capacity” under the TCPA’s dialer definition mean?
With the law in complete flux, how can companies comply with the law and conduct their business? Join attorney David Kaminski for an in-depth review of the changing law impacting: the scope of “express consent”, the pressure on the FCC to lift the dialer ban, what companies face when seeking to comply with the current state of the law, and ANSWERS to the questions no one has answered.
Key takeaways: Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions in advance, to have their questions answered at this session, to understand the recent and conflicting rulings regarding consent and dialers, the current state of the law regarding consent and dialers, and what steps companies can make to minimize the risks of potential TCPA class action and individual liability.