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Tag Archives: telephone consumer protection act

‘Junk fax’ suit can go national, U.S. judge rules (access required)

A federal judge in Baltimore this week allowed a Gaithersburg lawyer to file a nationwide class-action against Hunt Valley-based 100.7 The Bay, alleging the radio station violated U.S. law by sending out unsolicited faxes offering advertising time on the station.

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Henson’s employee takes blame for lists (access required)

In the third day of the trial of political consultant Julius Henson on charges of election fraud, his only employee reluctantly testified about the robocalls at the center of the case and her opinion that they were designed to be ...

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Law digest: 6/13/11 (access required)

COURT OF APPEALS Constitutional Law, Waiver of counsel: Because the defendant was not informed of the range of allowable punishments for the charges against him, including applicable enhanced penalties, his waiver of counsel was invalid. Lopez v. State, No. 24, ...

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Opinions: U.S. District Court of Maryland – 6/13/11 (access required)

Commercial Law Telephone Consumer Protection Act BOTTOM LINE: Allegations that defendants made anonymous prerecorded telephone calls to many Maryland residents were sufficient to state a claim for violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. CASE: State v. Universal Elections, Civil ...

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