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October 1, 2014

AT&T Pays $45 Million To Resolve Proposed TCPA Class Action

AT&T Mobility LLC has proposed a $45 million settlement over allegations the company violated the TCPA by allegedly making unsolicited calls to non-AT&T subscribers.

The proposed settlement is one of the largest in recent TCPA litigation history. In September, Bank of America Corp. resolved a TCPA class action for $32 million—at the time, the largest final recovery ever obtained in a TCPA suit. In August, Capital One Financial Corp. and three collections agencies proposed to pay nearly $75.5 million to resolve a consolidation TCPA class action.

The proposed settlement in the present case “would allow members of a settlement class to receive up to $500 per call, with the actual size of the per-call payment being determined on a pro rata basis.”

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