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FisherBroyles’ Partner Scott Goldsmith Quoted in Law360 article, “Focus Turns to Congress As Justices Narrow TCPA Liability”

Apr 05, 2021
  • FisherBroyles News
  • Privacy & Data Security

“In the wake of the high court’s unanimous ruling Thursday in Facebook v. Duguid that the TCPA narrowly covers only random-fired calls and texts to cellphones, attorneys on both sides of the bar forecast an immediate and drastic drop in class action litigation under the statute[,]” writes Law360’s Allison Grande.

Contributing to Ms. Grande’s article, FisherBroyles partner Scott Goldsmith explains that “while the Facebook ruling ‘deals a significant blow to TCPA plaintiffs and is likely to curtail the volume of TCPA litigation … it by no means eliminates TCPA litigation or the potential class action risks for certain types of calls…It is important for businesses to understand that the TCPA is not gone[.]”

Read the full article here: Focus Turns To Congress As Justices Narrow TCPA Liability – Law360 (subscription required)

FisherBroyles’ Client Alert regarding the Supreme Court’s decision in Facebook v. Duguid can be found HERE

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