Owners Sued After Company Dissolved: New Ruling Highlights Why TCPA Liability Doesn’t Always Die With Company Making Calls

As we’ve covered repeatedly on TCPAWorld, one of the most unfair things about this whacky TCPAWorld of ours is that individual employees, officers and directors of companies that violate the TCPA can be sued directly for conduct they took on behalf of their employer.

So the CEO, the guy in charge of compliance, and even the lowly call center operator making calls might be named, individually, in a TCPA class action seeking the recovery of billions of dollars.

Most of the time this is just a Busch league play by plaintiffs lawyers to extort a settlement from the company–its sickening that they do stuff like this, but it often works so…

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