Please join Drinker Biddle’s TCPA Team and special in-house counsel guests for a CLE program titled “Braving the Minefield of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act: hot Topics in Litigation and Compliance” that will address recent developments and successful defense strategies related to the TCPA.
Tuesday, November 10
600 Stockton Street
Wednesday, November 11
500 Wilshire Boulevard
Alycia Horn, Assistant General Counsel, Comcast Cable
Melinda McAfee, Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Abercrombie & Fitch
Allison Marrazzo, Litigation, Patent and Technology Counsel, eBay Inc.
About the CLE Program
The TCPA touches businesses across industries that communicate with consumers via phone calls, text messages and/or faxes. It is a favorite among the plaintiffs’ class action bar given the uncapped aggregate damages of $500 up to $1500 per call, text or fax and record settlements of up to $75 million have been reached. A number of these cases are pending in state and federal courts in California and across the country. New actions are filed every day.
Drinker Biddle’s TCPA Team is at the forefront of recent developments in this space. We are defending many of the nation’s leading companies in putative class actions and advising many others on how to improve their policies and practices in light of the evolving regulatory landscape. Members of our team and noted special in-house counsel guests will take an in-depth look at litigation trends and defense strategies, recent developments before the FCC and in the consolidated appeal of the Commission’s July 10th Order, and compliance tips and best practices.
This program has been approved for 1.0 general credit of California Continuing Legal Education. Should anyone need credit in any state other than California, please let us know at your earliest convenience so we can apply for accreditation.
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