Yearly Archives: 2017

Lawsuit Over JPMorgan Juror Debit Cards Left Alive For Now

(Reuters) – A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has rebuffed for now JPMorgan Chase & Co’s motion to dismiss a proposed class action accusing it of forcing jurors for the city’s courts to accept fee-laden debit cards for pay. In a decision on Monday, U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta said he needs more information before […]

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Customer’s Typo Costs Uber $20M in TCPA Dispute

Uber has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a case that began with a customer’s typo. Plaintiff Maria Vergara, who claims she never signed up for an Uber account, brought suit, alleging Uber sent her a series of unsolicited text messages urging her to complete a sign-up process she never initiated. [Read more…]

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Tycko & Zavareei Attorney to House Judiciary Committee: “Limiting (TCPA) private right of action would be disastrous…”

Hassan Zavareei, one of the founding Partners at Tycko & Zavareei delivers testimony to the House Judiciary Committee about why the TCPA effectively protects consumer rights, unilaterally disagreeing with those who wish to tinker with consumer rights under the TPCA, stating that “limiting private right of action would be disastrous, making mobile phones “virtually unusable” […]

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