Supremes' FCC Case Remand Could Weaken Commission's Defense of Decisions

June 24, 2019

The Supreme Court has vacated a lower court decision on the FCC's enforcement of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, in the process raising questions about the FCC's ability to enforce other rules and regs, depending on how they are crafted and what court is reviewing them.

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