Washington, D.C. partner Laura Phillips, Chicago partner Justin Kay and New York counsel Marsha Indych are slated to present “The Telephone Consumer Protection Act: Calling for a Re-Do” on January 28, 2019 at the Annual Conference of the Coalition of Higher Education Assistance Organizations (COHEAO) in Washington, D.C.
With the D.C. Circuit’s decisions in ACA International and Bais Yaakov and the FCC’s December 2018 order kicking off the creation a national reassigned phone numbers database, businesses are understandably happy with the recent direction in TCPA litigation and regulations and optimistic that the FCC will soon issue an order addressing other issues presented in the ACA International decision, once the partial government shutdown ends. Nevertheless, litigation continues, and as discussed at our November conference (The TCPA in 2018: There and Back Again), significant challenges remain: the 9th Circuit’s decision in Marks, the potential for the Supreme Court to upend the regulatory landscape via PDR Network, and the political difficulties of amending the TCPA. Laura, Justin, and Marsha will discuss these topics and more.
Learn more about the conference at the COHEAO website.