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A federal court in Illinois recently denied a motion for class certification of a TCPA claim due to the predominance of individualized issues of proving whether the putative class members had consented to the defendant's phone calls. The case illustrates the point that defining a class to include only those debtors who had not provided their phone numbers to the original creditor in a transaction does not always eliminate the individualized nature of the issue of consent. In the case, Jamison v. First Credit Services, Inc., 2013 WL 1248306 (N.D. Ill. Mar. 28, 2013), the named plaintiff ...

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