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Classified: The Class Action Blog Podcast - Eleventh Circuit Stands on Principle in TCPA Settlement Case

The Eleventh Circuit has played a significant role in shaping TCPA jurisprudence over the last several years, and particularly in the context of Article III standing. Recently, in Drazen v. Pinto, the court relied on Eleventh Circuit and Supreme Court precedent to vacate the approval of a $35 million class settlement based on lack of standing. In this podcast, Carlton Fields attorneys David Karp, Aaron Weiss, and Charles Throckmorton discuss so-called coupon settlements, the impact of Drazen, and the line of cases that led to the court’s decision


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