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February 27, 2018
New TCPA Litigation Trends and Steps to Keep You Out of the Courtroom

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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) restricts telephone solicitations (i.e., telemarketing), the use of automated telephone equipment, automatic dialing systems, artificial or prerecorded voice messages, SMS text messages and fax machines. With significant advances in technology since the TCPA’s enactment, it is important to remember the law’s purpose and its impact on businesses and consumers. In this brief webinar, we will review recent TCPA litigation trends and notable awards. We will also provide preventable steps to avoiding TCPA litigation. We hope you can join us!
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Presenters:
 

Brian Wassom, Partner
248.784.5039
bwassom@wnj.com

Katie Pullen, Partner
248.784.5078
kpullen@wnj.com

Adam Ratliff, Associate
248.284.5154
aratliff@wnj.com

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