Posts in North Carolina.

In Danehy v. Time Warner Cable Enterprise LLC, No. 5:14-cv-133, 2015 WL 5534285 (E.D.N.C. Sep. 18, 2015), the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina adopted the magistrate's findings that a caller's good-faith belief of consent is a complete defense under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA"). The defendant in Danehy, a cable company, had been asked by one of its customers to perform a service visit. The customer had provided a cell phone number to the defendant as one of his contact numbers. Unbeknownst to the defendant, the cell phone ...

Posted in: North Carolina, TCPA

A judge in North Carolina recently dismissed an action brought by Guilford County's Register of Deeds against twenty-nine defendants, including Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems ("MERS"), for a lack of legal standing to bring their claims, in Guilford Cty, ex rel. Jeff L. Thigpen, Guilford Cty. Register of Deeds v. Lender Processing Services, Inc., 12 CVS 4531 (N.C. Gen. Ct. J. Super. Ct. Div. May. 29, 2013). The Register of Deeds of Guilford County filed the civil action on behalf of Guilford County making several state law claims against the defendants, including unfair ...

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