Tag Archives: telemarketing

Monitoring and Recording Consumers’ Calls in California Can Be a Risky Practice

Many businesses monitor or record customer service, telemarketing, and other telephone calls with consumers to help them improve customer service and for evidentiary reasons. Under federal and many state laws, calls may lawfully be monitored or recorded by businesses as long as those businesses have permission from their employees who participate on the calls. However, … Continue Reading

Appellate Courts to Address What Constitutes an “Automatic Telephone Dialing System” Under the TCPA

During the past decade, there has been an explosion in class action litigation under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA),1 a well-intended statute meant to address abusive telemarketing practices. As of late, many of these suits are based on calls or text messages to cell phones. The TCPA prohibits non-emergency calls (interpreted by the FCC … Continue Reading
LexBlog

We use cookies on our site to analyze traffic, enhance your experience, and provide you with tailored content. For more information or to opt-out, visit our privacy policy.

I agree