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Casualty Litigation

‘TransUnion v. Ramirez’: High Court Rules Article III Standing Requires Proof of Concrete Injury

In  March 2021, the Supreme Court heard arguments in TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez, a case...

Class Actions

High Court Weighs In On Auto Dialer Definition Under TCPA in “Facebook v. Duguid”

While this decision will eliminate TCPA litigation based on claims that the call or text...

Class Actions

‘TransUnion v. Ramirez’: High Court Considers Article III Standing of Absent Class Members

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in this case came out on June 25, 2021. Read...

Commercial Litigation

New Year, New Florida Summary Judgment Standard

It’s Time to Adapt Your Litigation Strategy to a More Flexible Summary Judgment Standard On...

Class Actions

Hope Rests with Supreme Court to Clarify How TCPA Applies to Current Tech

In Facebook v. Duguid, the U.S. Supreme Court will clarify if the decades-old Telephone Consumer...

Class Actions

Class Actions Against Higher Education for Tuition Refunds Trending After Classes go Virtual

In an effort to balance safety with education amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many colleges...

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Class Actions

INSIGHT: TCPA Is Not in Quarantine During the Covid-19 Pandemic

The FCC has exempted certain calls and texts related to the Covid-19 pandemic from TCPA...

Class Actions

Is Your Loyalty Program Putting Your Restaurant at Risk for TCPA Liability?

TCPA litigation can cost companies, both big and small, millions of dollars. Loyalty programs are...

Class Actions

Texting Your Loyalty: Avoiding Potential TCPA Litigation

Restaurants hit hard during the COVID-19 outbreak may be doing all they can to stay...

Class Actions

Is Text Marketing Your Recipe for Success Or Your Company’s Downfall?

Text-marketing (or SMS marketing) can be an essential tool for many small businesses. For a...

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