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High Court Punt Plunges TCPA Suits Into Greater Uncertainty

June 21, 2019, Law360

Kevin King spoke with Law360 about the Supreme Court’s decisions over the contours of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. According to Mr. King, the Supreme Court dodged the main issue, the justices’ narrow approach does provide a boost to both consumers and companies by providing them with “two powerful ways to challenge FCC orders: They can argue that the order are nonbinding ‘interpretive rules’ or that the defendant did not have an ‘adequate’ opportunity to challenge the FCC’s order.”

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