Florida District Court Affirms that Contractual TCPA Consent is Irrevocable Under Reyes

As the TCPAWorld reported not long ago, a Magistrate Judge in South Florida recently held that consent obtained in a class action settlement was irrevocable—even against unnamed class members—under the doctrine of "Good Reyes." Specifically, the Magistrate Judge assigned to the case found that contractual consent is not revocable where it is a bargained-for term of a contract.

The Plaintiff challenged the Magistrate Judge’s recommendation to the district court, and it did not go well. On Wednesday of this week, the district court overruled all objections and adopted the recommendation, dismissing the case. See Lucoff v. Navient Solutions, CASE NO. 18-CIV-60743-RAR, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 133577 (S.D. Fl. Aug. 7, 2019).

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