On April 19, MarketingProfs published an article authored by telemarketing compliance attorney Richard B. Newman, entitled ‘The B2B Exemption to the Telemarketing Sales Rule.’
In the article, Richard discusses the FTC’s Telemarketing Sale Rule (TSR) and its key provisions, including disclosure obligations, prohibited misrepresentations, calling curfews, caller ID requirements, abandonment prohibitions, billing and payment restrictions, upsell requirements, pre-recorded message restrictions and recordkeeping obligations. He also discusses recent amendments to the TSR and the applicability of various exemptions, including those that may exist between telemarketers and businesses.
You can access the article, here.
Richard B. Newman is an Internet marketing compliance and regulatory defense attorney at Hinch Newman LLP focusing on advertising and digital media matters. His practice includes conducting legal compliance reviews of advertising campaigns, representing clients in investigations and enforcement actions brought by the Federal Trade Commission and state Attorneys General, commercial litigation, advising clients on promotional marketing programs, and negotiating and drafting legal agreements.
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