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McClellan and Warmsby to Discuss TCPA and Class Actions

News / September 26, 2017

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is a frequently litigated claim favored by single and class action plaintiffs. Companies susceptible to this claim must understand the TCPA’s complex statutory and regulatory structure. In a webinar on Sept. 28, 2017, at noon EDT, Partner Rand McClellan and Associate Keesha Warmsby will provide some general outlines of the main TCPA claims, as well as recent developments regarding how to prevent and defend such claims, both on an individual and class basis. Cases from the financial services industry will be highlighted for in-house counsel in the practice area. The program, "U.S. TCPA: Developments and Class Action Update," is presented by the Association of Corporate Counsel's Financial Services Committee and sponsored by BakerHostetler. CLE credit is available.

Please visit ACC’s website for more information or to register.

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