New Jersey Law Journal
Angry about unsolicited calls and messages from telemarketers, a growing number of plaintiffs are looking to bring class actions under the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). At least t
...advertising.??Consider the application of federal law to traditional advertising such as telemarketing, and then compare it to federal law which regulates Internet advertising, such...
Owners of a charitable fundraising entity left holding the tab when the Federal Trade Commission shut it down for misleading practices are suing their former lawyer, claiming it was his bad advice th
...number of unsolicited telephone calls and faxes for commercial marketing. Finding that telemarketing practices are intrusive, disruptive and burdensome, many states established statutes regulating such...
Any attempt to punish communications about pharmaceuticals in the absence of proof of falsity, intent, actual deception and injury not only would be inconsistent with the existing interpretation of t
...Arizona and Florida, federal courts alleged that the calls themselves violate the Telemarketing Sales Rule, and that the services offered are deceptive and misleading....
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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