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Jonathan Marashlian

Keep Track of TCPA Developments at the FCC by Downloading Our June 2016 TCPA Compliance Monitoring Report The Supreme Court’s recent decision in Spokeo Inc. v. Robins may offer a new avenue of attack for Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) defendants. Spokeo does not involve the TCPA; rather, it involves a standing issue in a case brought under another federal consumer …

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Last week, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC” or “Commission”) sought comment on a Petition for Declaratory Ruling by Kohll’s Pharmacy & Homecare, Inc. (“Kohll’s”) that asks the Commission to better define what constitutes an unsolicited advertisement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”). Specifically, Kohll’s asks the Commission to declare that the faxes at issue in Kohll’s …

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CommLaw Group Senior Managing Attorney and spectrum issues expert, Ron Quirk, published an extensive article in RCR Wireless News, detailing the rules, regulations and business opportunities created by the Federal Communications Commission’s recent order pertaining to 3.5 GHz spectrum. “The explosive growth in mobile broadband traffic and its concomitant strain on limited spectrum resources has required …

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On May 17, 2013, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) granted a Petition for Forbearance abolishing certain Percentage of Interstate Usage (“PIU”) reporting requirements for prepaid calling card providers (“PCCP”). Specifically the FCC abolished requirements adopted under Section 64.5001 which require PCCPs to report and certify prepaid calling card traffic data to underlying carriers and the …

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