Meet our United States: Telemarketing Experts

Klein Moynihan Turco LLP (KMT) advises clients on a wide range of issues relating to the development and operation of telemarketing businesses.

Compliance.  KMT’s experienced attorneys review, revise and provide counsel in connection with the scripts, SMS/call flows, call center operations/practices and other business practices of telemarketing companies to ensure compliance with ever-changing regulations, including:

  • the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA);
  • the Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR); 
  • state telemarketing laws;
  • state and federal Do-Not-Call laws; and
  • Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) and Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) guidelines. 

Litigation.  KMT offers a full range of highly effective litigation services to address the legal and regulatory matters that arise from time to time in connection with telemarketing ventures including, but not limited to, TCPA class action lawsuits.  KMT’s telemarketing lawyers regularly appear on behalf of clients before:

  • the Federal Communications Commission (FCC);
  • the Federal Trade Commission (FTC);
  • attorneys general;
  • public utilities commissions; and
  • state and federal courts across the nation.

Transactions/Contracts.  KMT understands that effective and well-drafted contracts are the keystones of a successful business relationship.  The firm’s experienced transactional attorneys draft, review, revise and negotiate a wide range of contracts and other documentation for KMT’s telemarketing clients, including:

  • TCPA telemarketing consent language;
  • Telemarketing scripts;
  • Call Center and Telemarketing Agreements;
  • Telemarketing Lead Generation Agreements;
  • Call Transfer Agreements;
  • Billing Aggregator Agreements;
  • Telemarketing List Management Agreements; and
  • SMS Marketing Agreements.


KMT has developed an unparalleled track record of achieving successful results for its telemarketing clients on a cost-effective, time-sensitive basis.  You can learn more about the firm’s telemarketing practice on its website.  You can also visit KMT’s blog for timely, reliable and practical analysis of legal issues relevant to telemarketers. 

We can count on KMT for insightful feedback, judgment and guidance.

KMT’s comprehensive knowledge of the TCPA, ATSR and CASL, along with their pragmatic approach, has added tremendous value to AcademixDirect’s business. We can count on KMT for insightful feedback, judgment and guidance for complex compliance issues. The outstanding results we have obtained from David, Sean and Jonathan’s services truly make them the “Pros from Dover” for all things telemarketing.

- Phillip G. Connolly, Chief Financial Officer, AcademixDirect

Constantly ahead of the industry in knowledge.

KMT has been an amazing resource for QualityHealth, advising us on legal matters related to our digital marketing. They have provided us with standards and best practices across a suite of product offerings, with each task executed with extreme detail. From ad copy to TCPA compliance, they’ve been a great asset, constantly ahead of the industry in knowledge and providing us with feedback in record time. We highly recommend working with KMT.

- Michael Amsel, Vice President of Media, QualityHealth

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