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Hold the Phone: TCPA Revises Consent Regs

Hold the Phone: TCPA Revises Consent Regs

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TCPA rewrites consent regulations for businesses using ATDS or pre-recorded messages to reach customers on their mobile phones

USPS to cut costs instead of closing offices

USPS to cut costs instead of closing offices

The U.S. Postal Service announced today an alternative plan aimed at cutting costs to keep small post offices open.

The court of public opinion

The court of public opinion

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George Zimmerman's lawyers have set up a Twitter account for their client. Small leap from "legal campaign" to "marketing campaign."

Class action suit claims Acxiom, former execs withheld adverse information

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Law firm Izard Nobel filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of Acxiom Corp. common stock holders this week, claiming Acxiom officers and directors violated federal securities laws by failing to disclose facts about the company's struggling financial performance.

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