That should take care of the annoyance problem

by Walter Olson on October 17, 2011

A judge has ruled that the notice to class members of a class action over unsolicited faxes should be delivered by … fax [Christina Stueve, Madison County Record; related editorial]

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1 Smart Dude 10.17.11 at 6:09 pm

You truly cannot make this stuff up.

I am sure that justice will pevail, with such an insightful, cautiously honest judge.

2 Chip 10.17.11 at 11:26 pm

Actually, Smart Dude, there is a logic here. First, presumably the class members are identifiable by fax number. They may not be identifiable by any other means. So this may be the best way to provide them notice. Second, a fax about the class action over unwanted faxes is not in the same “unwelcome” category as the underlying unwanted fax itself.

By the way, I’ve practiced in Judge Cueto’s courtroom, and he’s fair and very sharp.

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