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Rand McClellan Addresses TCPA Class Action Litigation in The Knowledge Group Live Webcast

News / November 10, 2017

Partner Rand McClellan will present during The Knowledge Group’s two-hour webcast, “TCPA Class Action Litigation: Defense Strategies to Ensure Compliance,” Jan. 17, 2018, from noon to 2 p.m. EST. Rand will give a 15-25 minute presentation and field questions during the Q&A.

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