EDPA Judge Partially Denies MTD in FCRA Case

A District Court judge in Pennsylvania has become the latest to tackle the issue of whether a plaintiff has standing to sue when claiming certain violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, partially denying the defendant’s motion to dismiss in a class-action suit. A copy of the ruling in the …

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Judge Denies MTD in FCRA Case Over Discharged Debt

A District Court judge in Missouri has denied a defendant’s motion to dismiss after it was sued for violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act, ruling that an individual does not have to notify a furnisher or credit reporting agency of a discrepancy in his or her credit report and allow …

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Appeals Court Affirms Ruling for Defense in FCRA Case

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court’s motion for judgment on the pleadings in favor of defendants that were accused of not properly investigating a disputed item on the plaintiff’s credit report, echoing the lower court in saying that investigations should be about factual items, not …

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