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Regulatory: New Technologies, New Risks

14 November 2012

InsideCounsel

Before wireless telephones became ubiquitous, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was a minor compliance issue for most companies. Today, however, the TCPA is a major litigation risk for companies in a variety of industry sectors. With regulators, courts and plaintiffs’ class action attorneys all targeting TCPA violations, businesses should review their practices and stay apprised of the latest legal developments—especially when using predictive dialers, prerecorded messages, text messages and other technologies to interact with consumers on their mobile devices.

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