Employment Related Communications - A New Frontier for TCPA Class Actions?

Employment Related Communications - A New Frontier for TCPA Class Actions?
April 27, 2017
Ryan L. DiClemente and Francis X. Riley III
InsideARM

Ryan DiClemente and Trip Riley, partners in Saul Ewing’s Litigation Practice, authored this article on the impact of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) on employment related communications. The article uses Dolemba v. Kelly Services, Inc., a case in which the plaintiff claimed the defendant violated the TCPA by storing and calling her cell phone years after she agreed to receive calls for employment-related purposes. The article notes that while the case was dismissed, it also highlights potential risks for employers who communicate with applicants and employees through the use of prerecorded messages. In the article, Ryan and Trip encourage employers to monitor these risks and ensure their communications policies are up to date and comply with TCPA requirements.

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