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Tracfone waiver

Author: LegalEase Solutions QUESTION PRESENTED Whether the email with waiver language to non-party constitute waiver of the agreement?  SUMMARY Whether the statement made by Buyer 1 to Tracfone will be construed as a waiver depends on whether the admissible evidence shows that Buyer 1 had knowledge of its right that Seller not negotiate with other … Continue reading “Tracfone waiver”

Federal Laws Regarding Telephonic Solicitation

Overview In response to growing concerns raised by consumers and businesses relating to unsolicited telemarketing, the United States Congress has enacted legislation such as the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (47 U.S.C.S. § 227 et seq.), Restrictions on Telemarketing, Telephone Solicitation, and Facsimile Advertising (47 C.F.R. 64.1200 et seq.), Telemarketing and Consumer Fraud and … Continue reading “Federal Laws Regarding Telephonic Solicitation”

Interpretation of Federal Communication Commission Regulations

Author: LegalEase Solutions  Introduction  The research below indicates that the law pertaining to the Federal Communications Commission is interpretative to a large extent.  The Chevron principle, taken from the Chevron case discussed below, affirms that when there is a question of interpretation of a regulatory rule, the agency’s interpretation would prevail over that of the … Continue reading “Interpretation of Federal Communication Commission Regulations”