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Teva Subsidiary Cephalon Beats TCPA Claims Over Spam Faxes

Teva Pharmaceuticals subsidiary Cephalon Inc. won’t face class action claims that it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending unsolicited faxes, after the Third Circuit found lead plaintiff Physicians HealthSource Inc. consented by providing its fax number.

Fiat Chrysler Gets Car-Hacking Class Suit Tossed at Late Stage

A high-profile suit against FCA US LLC over alleged cybersecurity flaws in an infotainment system, with classes already certified for consumers in three states, can’t proceed because the plaintiffs lack standing to sue, a federal court in Illinois said.

Avis Budget Group Loses Arbitration Bid Over Customer Cell Info

Avis Budget Group Inc. can’t force a proposed class of customers who allege improper gathering and retention of their cellphone information to arbitrate their claims because the company’s rental agreement allows litigation of personal injury claims, the Southern District of California said.

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