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A New Jersey federal district court recently denied a motion to reconsider its previous holding that state law limitations on class actions do not apply to TCPA claims filed in federal court. At issue in the case, Landsman & Funk, P.C. v. Skinder-Strauss Associates, No. 08-3610, 2013 WL 466448 (D.N.J. Feb. 8, 2013), was a New York procedural law, C.P.L.R. § 901(b), which prohibits statutory class actions unless the statute creating liability explicitly provides for recovery in the form of class actions. The court had previously determined that the statute would apply under a choice of ...

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