Defeated Class Certification of Tens of Thousands of Putative Class Members Based Upon Lack of Common Questions of Fact and Law

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Our firm successfully defeated class certification in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action by successfully arguing that Plaintiff had not met the burdens under Rule 23, including that common questions of fact and law would not predominate for the alleged recipients of the advertisements.  


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