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Will “Mini-TCPA” Laws Create a New Cottage Industry of TCPA Lawsuits?

How we use our phones has changed dramatically in the last 30 years, but the law that governs business-to-consumer communications is still living in the early nineties. 

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Podcasts Episode 23: Torts of The Future: Drones Class Action Litigation, Other Issues Blog Proposed Legislation Would Protect Truckers From Staged Accidents Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) Blog What Were The Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2021? Class Action Litigation trucking Blog Law360 - "Trucking Industry Needs Protection From Huge Legal Verdicts" Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) New Research: TORTS OF THE FUTURE: DRONES Mass Tort Multidistrict Litigation Press Releases US Chamber of Commerce Institute For Legal Reform Issues Statement on West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice’s Appointments to the Intermediate Court of Appeals Other Issues Press Releases Lawsuit Over Tootsie Rolls Named Most Ridiculous Lawsuit of 2021 Class Action Litigation Podcasts EPISODE 22: Summit XXI: New Day, New Tactics: The Plaintiffs’ Bar at Work Arbitration, Class Action Litigation, COVID-19 Liability, Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) Australia Blog Proposed Class Action Reforms In Australia Cause Funders And Lawyers To Race To File Cases International Initiatives, Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) Podcasts EPISODE 21: Summit XXI: Litigation Line of Sight: Class and Mass Action Trends in Europe Class Action Litigation, Data Privacy, International Initiatives, Other Issues Podcasts EPISODE 20: Summit XXI: Blinded by the Light: Preserving Due Process Post-Pandemic COVID-19 Liability Blog WSJ Editorial: "The Oklahoma Supreme Court Shreds Abuse of the ‘Public Nuisance’ Tort” State Attorneys General Blog Ring of Conspirators Takes Advantage of Vulnerable People to Make Millions From Faked Slip-And-Falls Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) U.S. Department of Justice building in Washington D.C. Blog Department of Justice Rolls Back Key Over-Enforcement Reforms Over-Enforcement

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