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District Court (Ind.) Denies MSJ to TCPA Defendant Who Proved ATDS Was Not Used Because Calls May Have Been Pre-Recorded

In Benedetti v. Charter Communications, Inc., 2018 WL 2970998, at *2 (S.D.Ind., 2018), Judge Miller denied summary judgment to a TCPA defendant who established that an ATDS was not used because the calls may be have pre-recorded calls. Charter is…

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California Appellate Tracker

Sveen v. Melin

Minnesota’s statute that automatically revokes an ex-spouse’s revocable designation of the other ex-spouse as a death beneficiary of an insurance policy or pension plan does not violate the federal constitution’s Contracts Clause since it implements the former spouse’s presumed intent, thus supporting rather than impairing the contract.

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Scott Hyman Moderates Panel on FinTech and Auto Mobility at the Conference on Consumer Finance Law, Chicago, Ill.

On May 31-June 1, Severson & Werson was one of 9 pre-eminent consumer financial services law firms from across the nation who sponsored the Semi-Annual Consumer Financial Services Conference of the Conference on Consumer Finance Law in Chicago, Illinois.  …

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