Rocking the Big Easy—the Czar Joins Powerful TCPA Panel at MBA’s Big Legal Issues Conference in new Orleans

Wow, what a show!

As promised, the Czar took the stage in New Orleans this week at the MBA’s big Legal Issues and Regulatory Conference and helped educate on the shifting state of TCPAWorld.

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From the roll-out of the reassigned number database being potentially stalled by pending petitions for reconsideration, to providing an on-the-fly ATDS decision timeline, to discussing big legislative developments—including TRACED and Stopping Bad Robocalls—and even an update on his recent FCC meetings, the Czar truly covered all the bases.

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Plus the Czar was joined on stage by esteemed panelists, including Nicole Booth of Quicken Loans, Dan McKenna of Ballard Spahr and Ed Chang of Blank Rome to assure that the audience received a 360 degree analysis of the issues most impact TCPAWorld.

To make matters even more fun, the Czar agreed to attend an intimate question and answer session with conference goers that lasted over an hour. He answered questions ranging from how best to deal with service-transfer consent issues, to what tactics to employ against manufactured lawsuit Plaintiffs, and how best to tee up ATDS issues in the current environment of uncertainty. It was a truly valuable experience for attendees, who left satisfied and informed.

If you have not yet had the chance to see the Czar in action, no worries more speaking gigs will be announced soon. For now, you absolutely MUST book your tickets for the big dnc.com summit taking place in Huntington Beach this July. The Czar will be available all day that day and—in addition to hours of formal from-the-stage content, he will also be answering your questions during lunch and cocktail receptions. This is your best opportunity for one-on-one discussions with one of the most recognized names in TCPA defense—Eric J. Troutman. You can learn more here: https://www.dnc.com/events

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