9th Cir.;
15-17328

The court of appeals affirmed a judgment. The court held that because a telemarketing company acts as an independent contractor for a company whose products it sold, and not as the company’s agent, the company could not be held vicariously liable for any calls the telemarketers made in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

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