For our overview of the full D.C. Circuit opinion in ACA International v. FCC, click here. Here, we address one significant component of the decision: the D.C. Circuit’s confirmation that consumers may revoke consent to call by any reasonable means but with the qualification that parties may be able to contract around certain

For our overview of the full D.C. Circuit opinion in ACA International v. FCC, click here. This article addresses the Court’s reversal of over a decade of confusion regarding autodialers. The TCPA defines an autodialer (automatic telephone dialing system, or ATDS) as “equipment which has the capacity (a) to store or produce telephone

For our overview of the full D.C. Circuit opinion in ACA International v. FCC, click here. Here, we examine the D.C. Circuit’s reversal of not simply the one-call safe harbor for reassigned numbers imposed by the FCC’s 2015 TCPA ruling but also the Commission’s treatment of reassigned numbers as a whole. As background,

In a watershed case, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (D.C. Circuit) unwound key components of the controversial 2015 ruling by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC or Commission) that greatly expanded the reach of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The D.C. Circuit addressed four separate aspects to the