Although we opened our doors in early 2017, our history goes back a lot longer than that.  Our founders have been pioneers in the industry for many years and are known for taking innovative steps. We are very proud of our achievements and all the people who led us here.

  • 1991

    The TCPA is enacted

    The TCPA was signed into law by President George H. W. Bush as Public Law 102-243, amending the Communications Act of 1934, and codified as 47 U.S.C. §227. However, without the benefit of the Internet, the law was enacted with little fanfare and few took notice of its provisions.

  • 1995

    The First Professional Plaintiffs

    There have always been a certain class of people who twist laws to their own advantage and use the small claims court system as a vehicle for extortion. A few of them immediately took notice of the TCPA's private right of action and statutory damages provisions and recognized them for what they were.

  • 2000

    An Industry is Born

    As the Internet began to explode, people started to connect and word started to spread about the statutory damages available under the TCPA. The Internet also enabled people to share step-by-step instructions on how to initiate a TCPA lawsuit, as well as sample documents, such as demand letters and complaints.

  • 2003

    The Do-Not-Call Implementation Act

    The Do-Not-Call Implementation Act of 2003 was signed into law by President George W. Bush on March 11, 2003. On June 27, 2003, the FTC opened the National Do Not Call Registry, although it did virtually nothing to enforce it for several years. During this forbearance period, voice broadcasting began to take off as a cheap and effective telemarketing method. Billions of calls were made, and the industry continued to grow.

  • 2007

    Forbearance Ends

    After billions of calls and faxes and millions of complaints, the FTC began actively enforcing the DNC, and has since filed over 130 enforcement actions and imposed over 100 million in penalties. Regulations continued to get tighter and companies began to take compliance seriously.

  • 2014

    Capital One Announcement

    This landmark $75 million class action settlement caught the attention of every class action lawyer in the country, and the litigation gold rush began.

  • 2014

    Capital One Announcement

    This landmark $75 million class action settlement caught the attention of every class action lawyer in the country, and the litigation gold rush began.

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