FTC and FCC release tentative agenda for March 23 policy forum on robocalls

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As we previously reported, on March 23, 2018 in Washington, D.C., the FTC and FCC will co-host a joint policy forum that will cover recent policy changes and enforcement actions as well as the agencies’ efforts to encourage private sector technological solutions.  We believe the event will be of interest to clients who launch legitimate account management or marketing campaigns from autodialers as well as those whose names have been misappropriated by fraudulent telemarketers.

Because it comes on the heels of the D.C. Circuit’s March 16 decision addressing a number of critical issues involving the Telephone Consumer Protection Act’s restrictions on the use of autodialers, the forum is likely to include a discussion of the decision.  Ballard has issued a legal alert summarizing the decision.

The tentative agenda and other information about the event, including how to access a live video feed, can be found here.

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