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Daily Digest – January 22. Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss FCRA Suit Over Statute of Limitations; Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss After Firm Accused of Suing Wrong Person

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JUDGE DENIES MOTION TO DISMISS FCRA SUIT ON STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS DEFENSE

  • A federal judge in Michigan has opted not to dismiss a lawsuit alleging a trio of companies violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act by accessing the plaintiff’s credit report without a permissible purpose because the statute of limitations had expired, but did express “serious reservations” about the timeliness of the claims being made by the plaintiff.

JUDGE DENIES MOTION TO DISMISS AFTER FIRM ACCUSED OF SUING WRONG INDIVIDUAL

  • A federal judge in Texas has denied a motion to dismiss filed by a collection law firm that was accused of violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by filing a collection suit against the plaintiff, even though the plaintiff claimed the debt did not belong to him.

HOSPITALS NOW POSTING PRICES, BUT DECIPHERING THEM IS CAUSING HEADACHES

  • Collection agencies that work in the healthcare field may want to take note of a new requirement from the federal government that requires healthcare facilities to post the prices for all of their services online, theoretically improving the transparency of the quagmire that is healthcare pricing.

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