Archive: April 2015

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Five Steps To Data Breach Coverage For Card Issuer Liability
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Client of Blast Fax Solutions Provider Hit with $22 Million TCPA Judgment

Five Steps To Data Breach Coverage For Card Issuer Liability

By: Roberta D. Anderson

Target’s recent $19 million settlement with MasterCard underscores very significant sources of potential exposure that often follow a data breach incident. In the wake of any significant breach involving payment cards, such as the Target breach, retailers and other organizations that accept those cards are likely to face — in addition to a slew of claims from consumers and investors — claims from financial institutions seeking to recover their losses associated with issuing replacement credit and debit cards, among other losses.

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Client of Blast Fax Solutions Provider Hit with $22 Million TCPA Judgment

By: Joseph C. Wylie II, Molly K. McGinleyNicole C. Mueller

A new decision once again highlights the dangers that companies face if their independent contractors engage in conduct that violates the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and highlights the need to monitor contractor compliance with the TCPA. In City Select Auto Sales, Inc. v. David/Randall Assocs., Inc., a federal court in New Jersey recently found a roofing company, David/Randall Associates, liable for $22.4 million under the TCPA for the actions of its blast fax solutions provider, Business to Business Solutions (B2B).

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