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If your company’s marketing strategy involves communicating with prospective or existing clients via phone calls and text messages, you are probably familiar with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”).   In part, the TCPA makes it unlawful to make a “call” to a cell phone using an automatic telephone dialing system (“ATDS”) unless you have the prior written consent of the called party. And this includes sending text messages to cell phones. While the TCPA, enacted in 1991, makes no mention of text messages, a majority of federal courts that have considered the issue have ignored the plain language of the… Continue Reading How Recent TCPA “Autodialer” Decisions Impact Your Business