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Shari Claire Lewis Shari Claire Lewis

The federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was enacted in response to the growing outcry of consumers concerning intrusive telemarketing and debt collection calls. It was intended to reduce the number of nuisance communications that consumers received. Perhaps not surprisingly, the TCPA also has resulted in a groundswell of litigation in New York and in other jurisdictions around the country, including by individuals or classes who claimed to have been the recipients of unsolicited spam text messages in violation of the TCPA.

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Angela Turturro

Angela Turturro is the Sections editor for the New York Law Journal and head of the Contributed Content desk for ALM.

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