New Colorado Auto Renewal Law to Start January 1st

Colorado recently enacted a new law governing automatically renewing consumer contracts, which will take effect on January 1, 2022. For the most part, the new law mimics the requirements and prohibitions found in ROSCA and the auto-renewal laws of other states: clear disclosure of the terms, sending a confirmation, easy-to-use cancellation method, etc. However, Colorado’s new law […]

TCPA Lawsuit Dismissed for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction

Patrick Michaud sued a Florida home improvement company and a salesperson in Middlesex Superior Court, Massachusetts. He asserted various TCPA and state-law equivalent claims. The Defendants moved the case to federal court and then moved to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction. The Court agreed with Defendants and dismissed the case.  The decision is a useful […]

Another TCPA Claim Survives Facebook Scrutiny

Yesterday we reported on a stunning decision finding that a case survived the pleadings stage based upon FN 7 of Facebook. Today we have more bad news, although it’s a little more mundane—a pleadings stage win for a Plaintiff. In Atkinson v. Pro Custom Solar Lcc, CIVIL NO. SA-21-CV-178-OLG, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 112396 (W.D. Tex.  June […]