Unwritten TCPA Policies Don’t Cut It, Court Certifies $100MM TCPA Class Action Regarding Faxes Sent in 2011

A federal district court just used the phrase “wink wink” in a TCPA class action certification ruling with $100MM at stake. And somehow that isn’t even the weirdest part of the ruling. Read on to learn what happened.

Some company sent some faxes back in 2011. (2011 people. Back then I wasn’t even the only one using a blackberry.) The Plaintiff claimed the faxes were sent without consent. There were over 200,000 faxes sent — which, using the TCPA’s statutory damages, means that Defendant is staring at over $100,000,000.00 in minimum statutory damages.


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