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DC Circuit’s Robocall Decision Makes TCPA Filings a 2019 Area to Watch

January 1, 0001, Legaltech News

Yaron Dori is quoted in Legaltech News regarding the D.C. Circuit’s decision to strike down the Federal Communications Commission’s expanded auto-dialer definition as too broad. Mr. Dori said he’s seen a tremendous boom in TCPA litigation in recent years. This is in part, he said, because the TCPA has been adapted to meet challenges posed by evolving technology, which has led to some ambiguity. He adds, “Plaintiffs attorneys have used that opportunity to, I think, bring more lawsuits. They use the ambiguities to create opportunity for them and their clients.”

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