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January 26, 2018

In the News Today – January 26, 2018

Appeals Court Upholds Structure of U.S. Consumer Bureau: The D.C. Court of Appeals found the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau constitutional, which bars the president from firing the director at will. (Reuters)

Amicus Brief: TCPA Plaintiff Didn’t Really Want Texts to STOP: A amicus brief filed to the Ninth Circuit claims a Telephone Consumer Protection Act plaintiff who responded with full sentences rather than “STOP” to opt-out of text messages was not truly trying to opt-out, but rather was trying to “procure” a lawsuit. (Legal Newsline)

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