COSTA MESA, CALIF.—The FCC plans to hold a July 11 summit to examine how phone companies are implementing SHAKEN/STIR technology, which is designed to help weed out “spoofed” phone calls that appear to be from legitimate sources.
Law360 is covering the latest news and, once again, they turned to Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Artin Betpera for insights. Betpera tells Law360 that the summit is “a positive sign that the FCC is taking the SHAKEN/STIR call authentication framework seriously.”
Recently, Betpera also spoke with Law360 about the Fourth Circuit striking down an exemption to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) allowing companies to make automated calls to customers in order to collect government-backed debt.
Artin Betpera is a partner and trial lawyer with a national practice principally representing financial services companies in high stakes litigation in federal and state courts, involving both class and individual claims. He has developed a particular focus on Telephone Consumer Protection Act litigation, but has significant experience in traditional commercial litigation, and regularly appears on behalf of some of the country’s most significant banks and financial institutions. He also manages and supervises a litigation team serving the firm’s clients across the state of California