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Swanson, Martin & Bell defended the cruise line Carnival Corp. in a class action filed against several cruise lines and a marketing agency over alleged violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, according to Bloomberg Law. Plaintiffs in the class action claimed that the defendants subjected them to autodialed prerecorded telemarketing calls promoting cruises without the recipients’ consent. The defendants recently received approval to settle the case for $12.5 million, resulting in an average share of $22 per class member.

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