Federal Appeals Court Holds Up Dish Network Robocall Violations

A three-judge panel in the Seventh Circuit largely affirmed an Illinois federal court’s judgment finding Dish Network liable for forcing retailers to make 66 million unlawful telemarking calls to consumers. While the Seventh Circuit affirmed liability.

By |2020-04-30T04:14:32+00:00April 14th, 2020|News You Can Use|Comments Off on Federal Appeals Court Holds Up Dish Network Robocall Violations

Second Circuit Causes Additional Confusion About ATDS Definition

After recent opinions from the Seventh Circuit (Gadelhak) and Eleventh Circuit (Glasser), a narrow interpretation of automatic telephone dialing system (ATDS) seemed to be gaining traction. Both held that a system is not an ATDS unless it can [...]

By |2020-04-30T04:19:56+00:00April 13th, 2020|News You Can Use|Comments Off on Second Circuit Causes Additional Confusion About ATDS Definition

Zoom Class Actions Illustrate Pitfalls of Failing to Accurately Disclose Data Practices

The recent scrutiny and class action litigation accompanying Zoom’s rapid transformation to the cultural mainstream stands as a powerful reminder of the importance of proactively understanding and disclosing how a business collects, uses, and shares its customers’ personal information.

By |2020-04-29T04:46:16+00:00April 10th, 2020|News You Can Use|Comments Off on Zoom Class Actions Illustrate Pitfalls of Failing to Accurately Disclose Data Practices
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