Defendants have filed a flurry of motions to dismiss TCPA cases or defeat class certification based on Spokeo. With the right strategies and an understanding of how courts have been ruling in these cases, you can successfully fight these motions and get your cases heard. This webinar is geared to TCPA practitioners who are seeking a post-Spokeo plan.
What You Will Learn
- What should be plead in the complaint
- How to respond to motions to dismiss
- How to take advantage of current case law and model briefs
Keith J. Keogh is a partner at Keogh Law, Ltd. in Chicago, IL. Keith has been litigating TCPA class actions since early 2002, many of which have resulted in class-wide settlements. He was class counsel in numerous TCPA Class Settlements. See Hageman v. AT&T Mobility LLC, et al., Case 1:13-cv-00050-DLC-RWA (D. MT.) (Co-Lead) (Final Approval Granted February 11, 2015 providing for a $45 million settlement for a class of 16,000 persons). Keith was selected as Consumer Attorney of the Year for 2015 by NACA for his work relating to the TCPA; an Illinois Super Lawyer each year from 2014 through 2016; and an Illinois Super Lawyer Rising Star each year from 2008 through 2013. In addition to litigating TCPA cases, Keith has spoken at numerous conferences on the TCPA. For more information, please visit www.Keoghlaw.com or call 312.726.1092.
Beth E. Terrell is a 1995 graduate of University of California, Davis Martin Luther King, Jr. Hall School of Law, Order of the Coif. She is a founding member of Terrell Marshall Law Group PLLC, located in Seattle. Beth’s practice focuses on complex litigation, including the prosecution of consumer fraud, defective product, and wage and hour class actions. She has been co-lead counsel on many multi-state and nationwide class actions against Fortune 100 and 500 companies such as Wal-Mart, Microsoft, Best Buy, Sallie Mae, Bank of America, and Capital One. Beth has been awarded an “AV” rating in Martindale Hubbell by her peers, a rating denoting the highest legal ability and ethical standards, and has been recognized as a “Superlawyer.” Beth frequently speaks at CLE events and other seminars on issues as diverse as ESI, class actions, and mandatory arbitration, and is active in the bar and community, serving on a number of non-profit boards.