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Dino Tsibouris - Technical Lawyer of the Year 2007-2011
Although we can't endorse any particular Do-Not-Call or TCPA solution service provider - we're a big fan of Bob's laid back, home grown delivery describing the latest compliance challenges and solutions for businesses. A fresh, easily understood and entertaining look at the constantly changing world of outreach communications.
David Kaminski - 2013-2015 MAP Chair ACA International
Bob’s commitment to pointing out today’s DNC & TCPA challenges and solutions is important for our industry. Finding solutions to confusing and conflicting compliance regulations is critical. And, as we wait for much needed reform on these laws, Bob reminds us to take call prohibitions seriously – as they have serious ramifications, especially when dealing with class action litigation.
Michele Shuster - Manager Ohio Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division 1997-2004
Neither my firm nor I can endorse any particular Do-Not-Call or TCPA solution service provider - However, as a former AG manager, I know first hand how difficult it can be to get "compliance" front and center on a company's radar! Bob's tireless efforts to help businesses find sustainable solutions to their calling challenges over the past 15 years has been a welcome voice in our industry.
Eric Allen - Defense Attorney for Telemarketers
As a Do-Not-Call & TCPA Attorney defending telemarketers against consumer lawsuits and government investigations, I'm guessing only one out of 100 of my B2B clients knows the increased risks of marketing to other businesses lately. Bob has championed that cautionary voice - giving social media sourced list marketers a heads up with resources and solutions to safely communicate - so they don't end up in my office with that shocked look on their face after a letter from a State AG -
Sergei Lemberg - Recognized as "Most Active Consumer Attorney" since 2011
Please - listen to Bob when he talks about the latest call prohibition challenges and solutions. If I sue a telemarketer in federal court, I'm going to hit them up for $500 to $1,500 a call. I'm going to get a judgment against them, assuming they are viable. I register that judgment in the federal district court where they are located and I go ahead and do what people do with a judgment — lien the business property, bank accounts, and more. Believe me, you don't want to be caught in that position.