In a recent article published by Daily Business Review, Gunster attorneys Alexis Buese and Derek Mountford discuss steps businesses should take now to defend and mitigate risks posed by the new Florida Telephone Solicitation Act (FTSA), also known as Florida’s “Mini-TCPA.”
“Companies that do business in Florida should know about the FTSA, risks for class action litigation, and incentives to plaintiffs’ attorneys to bring suit in Florida,” Buese and Mountford explain.
Alexis M. Buese practices in all aspects of commercial litigation, including contract disputes, real estate and consumer class action litigation. She represents a wide variety of individuals and businesses, including hedge funds, oil and gas companies, real estate developers and owners, numerous consumer goods manufacturers and retailers, and e-commerce companies. Alexis has tried cases to verdict in state and federal court, as well as resolved complex disputes through arbitration.
Derek K. Mountford is a litigator with experience working on cases involving contract disputes, claims arising under the Uniform Commercial Code, government investigations, antitrust violations, and other general commercial disputes. He has also represented large and small financial institutions in a variety of consumer-related disputes, such as those involving the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and others.