Tag Archives: CIPA

Humana’s Quality Assurance Calls Not Exempted From CIPA

On Wednesday, a federal judge in the Central District of California dismissed Humana Pharmacy Inc.’s motion to dismiss a putative class action suit alleging the company illegally recorded telephone calls with customers, finding that the California Invasion of Privacy Act (“CIPA”) does not exempt quality assurance recordings. In its motion to dismiss, Humana argued that CIPA exempts … Continue Reading

New Holding That CIPA Not Preempted By Federal Wiretap Act

Adding to a growing body of decisions considering federal preemption of the California Invasion of Privacy Act (“CIPA”), Judge Chen of the Northern District of California held yesterday that there is no complete preemption, either express or implied, by the federal Wiretap Act.  As a result, Judge Chen granted plaintiff’s motion to remand one class … Continue Reading

California Privacy Claims Survive Motion to Dismiss In NebuAd Lawsuit

In a recent order, Judge Henderson of the District Court for the Northern District of California denied NebuAd Inc.’s motion to dismiss in Valentine v. NebuAd Inc., No. C08-05113 TEH, finding that plaintiffs had sufficient statutory standing to assert claims under the California Invasion of Privacy Act (“CIPA”) and the California Computer Crime Law (“CCCL”) … Continue Reading
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