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Artin Betpera Writes on TCPA Compliance for Political Campaigns in New Campaigns & Elections Article

Jul 14 2020
Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Artin Betpera recently wrote a guest article for Campaigns & Elections on “Class Actions Against Campaigns Highlight Importance of TCPA Compliance.” In the article, Betpera discusses the regulatory requirements of the TCPA and what political campaigns need to know about TCPA compliance as they debate using automated calls to contact prospective voters.

As Supreme Court Prepares to Address Constitutionality of TCPA, Artin Betpera Shares Insight with Bloomberg Law

May 06 2020
The US Supreme Court is set to consider whether an exemption by Congress to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) in 2015 renders the statute an unconstitutional content-based restriction on free speech. The court will have virtual oral argument on May 6, 2020, and the Court’s opinion could have far-reaching consequences for TCPA litigation. Bloomberg Law turned to Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Artin Betpera, a leader of the firm’s TCPA Defense Force and a veteran TCPA litigator, for analysis.

The Benefits, Concerns and Considerations of Remote Depositions and Mediations in the COVID-19 Climate

Apr 28 2020
Remote depositions and mediations have been taking place for more than 20 years. As videoconferencing tools have improved (think Webex, Zoom, etc.), business litigators and their client have become increasingly comfortable conducting such sessions in a remote setting. The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the pace of conducting depositions and mediations via videoconference. Sessions that just a few weeks ago may have been conducted in person now must be conducted remotely due to public health concerns and related stay-at-home orders.
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FCC Waives Anti-Robocall Law for Healthcare Providers During COVID-19 Outbreak; David Carter Discusses with Bloomberg Law

Mar 25 2020
WASHINGTON, DC—During the COVID-19 outbreak, healthcare providers and businesses acting pursuant to the directive of healthcare providers are permitted to send automated calls and text messages critical to the public health without worrying about whether such communications violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), according to a new FCC emergency ruling. Womble Bond Dickinson attorney David Carter discussed this limited exemption with Bloomberg Law.