The Florida Telephone Solicitation Act (FTSA), Florida’s version of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), has officially been amended, with Gov. Ron DeSantis signing into law changes that limit the reach and impact of the statute.
A plaintiff who alleged the receipt of a single ringless voicemail (“RVM”) suffered a concrete injury for purposes of Article III standing, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has published a new Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) focused on the issue of revocation, seeking “to clarify and strengthen consumers’ ability to revoke consent to receive both robocalls and robotexts,” as well as ...
The California Supreme Court has expanded whistleblower protections under state law, taking a broad reading of the term “disclosure.”
Adding to the growing commentary on artificial intelligence (AI) in the employment context, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently issued a technical assistance document.
NLRB General Counsel Cites Top Five Problems With Noncompetes Under the National Labor Relations Act
State and local employment laws are changing around the country, from a new measure in New York City prohibiting discrimination based on height and weight to protections enacted in Washington for off-duty marijuana use to a ban on almost all noncompete agreements in Minnesota.
In CUPP Computing AS v. Trend Micro Inc., the Federal Circuit held that a disclaimer made in an inter partes review (IPR) proceeding was not binding in that proceeding, i.e., the disclaimer is not binding in the proceeding in which it is made.
States are continuing their focus on telemarketing, with updates and new laws in Arizona, Florida, Maryland, Mississippi, Tennessee and Washington, and a bill in Georgia waiting on a gubernatorial signature.
A federal court in Missouri granted class certification in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act action that could cost the defendant almost $4 million for allegedly sending unsolicited faxes.