323 East Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
Monday, October 21, 2013
THE TCPA WORKSHOP: REVEALING THE TCPA - THE CHANGING FACE OF THE LAW AND ITS IMPACT ON DIALERS, CONSENT, PREDICTING FUTURE RULINGS BY THE FCC, COMPLIANCE STRATEGIES, AND ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS
New TPCA decisions by Federal Courts are threatening the FCC’s 2008 “express consent” interpretation for creditors and collection agencies. Court are also challenging Preview Dialing which has been used as a work-around to avoid the expansive interpretation by the FCC of what is a “dialer” under the TCPA. Courts are also challenging the FCC’s right to interpret the TCPA and the terms therein. With the law in complete flux, how can companies navigate the TCPA waters, comply with the law, and still conduct their business? Join attorney David Kaminski for an in-depth review of the changing law regarding dialers, consent under the TCPA, the pressure on the FCC to lift the dialer ban, what will the future will hold for upcoming FCC Rulings, and what companies face when seeking to comply with the current state of the law.
This workshop will review the current state of the TCPA and the impact of recent Federal court decisions on the interpretation of the FCC Rulings. This seminar will also explore the current regulatory climate and the pressure on the FCC to a amend the FCC dialer’s rules. This seminar will also discuss the manner in which creditors and collection agencies can lawfully obtain prior express consent, and the scope of the type of dialers that fall within the purview of the TCPA. Attendees will also learn critical compliance strategies in order to avoid the risks of potential liability under the TCPA. You will also get answers to your questions.
Key takeaways: Attendees will understand the recent and conflicting rulings regarding consent and dialers, how to get around the TCPA liability traps, the current state of affairs regarding the FCC’s consent and dialer interpretations, and what steps and changes companies can make to minimize the risks of potential TCPA liability.