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Supreme Court Confirms that to Violate the TCPA your Automatic Telephone System Must Use a Random or Sequential Generator

The TCPA Issue

There has been a significant amount of litigation over the past few years regarding the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) on the issue of whether banks or credit unions are violating the TCPA when they call their customers using certain automatic telephone…

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Indiana Financial Institutions Continue to be Targeted in Class Action Overdraft and NSF Lawsuits

Over the past two years, no fewer than seventeen Indiana banks and credit unions have been targeted with class action lawsuits based on their overdraft fee practices (“Overdraft Cases”), their non-sufficient funds (“NSF”) fee practices (“NSF Cases”), or in many instances, both. While many of these…

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Indiana Supreme Court Affirms Freedom of Contract Principles in Closely Held Company Valuation Case: Choose Your Words Carefully

On January 28, 2021, the Indiana Supreme Court affirmed freedom of contract principles and upheld discounts of over thirty percent in the fair market valuation of shares in a dispute over the buyback provision in a shareholder agreement among all of the shareholders of a closely held company.  In …

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Beware of the Strings Attached To The Receipt of FFCRA, CARES Act, and Other Federal Funding During the COVID-19 Crisis 

The federal government has offered several resources to aid those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. But such resources, including the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, if misused or fraudulently obtained, could…

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