There is no private cause of action under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) for technical violations of the statute in failing to clearly display the date, time and identification of the sender. Culbreath v. Golding Enterprises, L.L.C., No. 05AP-1230, 872 N.E.2d 284 (Ohio Sept. 5, 2007). The appeals court affirmed the lower court’s dismissal of the plaintiff’s remaining TCPA and state consumer protection law claims. The court concluded that while the TCPA provides a private right of action for the receipt of an unsolicited fax, the statute does not provide a private right of action to individuals for a fax sender’s violations of the technical labeling requirements. The court also ruled that under the Ohio consumer protection statute, only individuals, not corporations, have standing to bring suit for receiving an unsolicited fax that is not shown to be unfair or deceptive.