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Abusive Robocalls to Cell Phones

Autodialed “robocalls” to mobile phones are more than just annoying—if made without consent, the are ILLEGAL. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) protects cell phone users’ privacy rights.  The TCPA is a federal statute that prohibits telemarketers and others from making automated calls or sending texts or faxes to you without prior consent.  As a victim of illegal robocalls, you have a right to file a claim or lawsuit for TCPA violations. You could be …

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Rule 68 Offer of Judgment

SCOTUS: Rule 68 Offer Does Not Moot Class Action

By a vote of six to three, in Campbell-Ewald Co. v. Gomez, the Supreme Court held that an unaccepted settlement offer or Rule 68 offer of judgment does not moot a plaintiff’s case.

The U.S. Navy contracted with Campbell-Ewald Company to develop a multimedia recruiting campaign that included sending text messages to consenting 18- to 24-year olds. Jose Gomez, age 40, received one of these unsolicited text messages, and filed a class action lawsuit …

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Sirius XM TCPA Settlement

Sirius XM TCPA Class Settlement

Caddell & Chapman represented Francis Hooker, Jr., who in 2011 filed claims individually and on behalf of a class of similarly situated individuals against Sirius XM Radio, Inc. Mr. Hooker alleged that Sirius XM illegally used autodialers to make telemarketing calls to his cellular phone. Mr. Hooker and his wife purchased a new Hyundai Elantra which came with three months of complimentary satellite radio programming on a promotional basis. Halfway through the promotional trial period, …

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