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By Allison A. Melton, Jason Manning
The tenancy may be terminated by giving a written notice to vacate three days prior to the effective termination date.
By Mack McGuffey
EPA's new action lifts the Obama Administration stay and reaffirms the action taken by the Bush Administration.
By Jessica Lohr, Megan Burns
A United States district court in Illinois recently granted a non-resident defendant's motion to strike the class definition in a putative nationwide TCPA class action.
By Amanda K. Blackmon, Ethan Ostroff
On November 27, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a district court's dismissal of a second putative Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action on the grounds that the American Pipe tolling principles did not apply.
By Sidney Villanueva, Elizabeth McCormick
On November 19, 2018, FERC denied a complaint filed by CXA La Paloma, LLC ("La Paloma") requesting that FERC use its jurisdiction ...
By Miles Kiger, Russell Kooistra
On November 19, 2018, FERC accepted ISO New England Inc.'s ("ISO-NE") request to terminate the capacity supply obligation ("CSO") of the Clear River Unit 1 natural gas-fired generator ("Clear River")
By Mary Kate Kamka, Stacy Hovan
On November 1, the Northern District of California announced new Procedural Guidance for Class Action Settlements, aimed at increasing transparency in class settlements and the disbursement ...
By David Anthony, Jim Trefil, Stephen Lozier
On November 14, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court ...
By Meghan Mandel, Elizabeth McCormick
On November 26, 2018, FERC partially granted the California Independent System Operator Corp. ("CAISO") a temporary extension of two sets of tariff provisions concerning natural gas system limitations
By Michael Litman, David Gettings, Timothy St. George, David Anthony
Generally, a successful judgment for a violation of the FDCPA allows for an award of attorney's fees for the consumer's counsel.
By Mark D. Kundmueller, Cindy Hanson
The Court first considered whether the calls were made using an ATDS.
By David Asbury, Andrew Buxbaum, David Gettings, Ethan Ostroff, David Anthony
Last month, Troutman Sanders reported on the proposed TRACED Act which would instruct the Federal Communications Commission to engage in rulemaking to protect consumers from receiving unwanted calls and text messages ...
By Troutman Sanders Tobacco Practice
A federal court recently dismissed a lawsuit filed the State of New York and the City of New York against FedEx Ground and FedEx Freight.
By Anna Zarndt, D. Kyle Deak
Early this month, in Smith v. Rite Aid Corporation, 2018 WL 5828693 (W.D.N.Y. Nov. 7, 2018),
By Kathleen Knudsen, David Gettings, David Anthony
Does a debt collector risk violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act if it fails to provide an oral disclosure regarding the statute of limitations during an incoming call with a consumer?
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