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By Alice Grabe, Ethan Ostroff, David Anthony, James Trefil
A district court in the Seventh Circuit has denied a motion to dismiss filed by a collection attorney acting on behalf of a debt collector client.
By David Gettings, Timothy St. George, David Anthony
The Fair Credit Reporting Act requires that employers provide prospective applicants with a disclosure before obtaining a pre-employment background check from a consumer reporting agency.
By Megan C. Nicholls, Mark Mao, Ronald Raether Jr.
On November 21, the Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection of the Federal Trade Commission commented on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Federal Automated Vehicles Policy.
By Julie Hoffmeister, David Anthony
In Joseph v. TrueBlue, Inc., the named plaintiff brought a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action against the workforce staffing company for its alleged text messaging advertisements.
By Julie Hoffmeister, David Anthony
The plaintiff in Paci v. Costco Wholesale Corporation filed a Fair Credit Reporting Act putative class action against Costco alleging that the retailer's receipts contained more digits...
By Timothy St. George, David Gettings, David Anthony, John Lynch
On November 28, the Federal Trade Commission issued a bulletin for consumers relating to the process for applying for an apartment and the related background check process...
By Brooke Conkle, Keith Barnett
On November 15, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a fact sheet to highlight the new requirements and deadlines imposed by the Bureau's latest Prepaid Rule, which was finalized last month.
By Timothy St. George, David Gettings
Year-to-date FCRA cases also have increased 9.2 percent, from 3,008 in October 2015 to 3,285 in October 2016.
By Julie Hoffmeister, David Anthony
The FTC originally moved for summary judgment in August 2015, and in April 2016 the magistrate judge recommended granting the FTC's motion in its entirety.
By Ethan Ostroff, Alice Grabe, David Anthony
A district court in the Eleventh Circuit has joined the Fifth and Eighth circuits, along with a host of district courts throughout the country, in adopting the "benign language" exception...
By Nida Javaid, Evelyn Traub, Lisa Shallue, Laura Summers
Under the Affordable Care Act ("ACA"), certain employers and other providers of minimum essential health coverage are subject to information reporting requirements under Code Sections 6055 and 6056...
By Ashley Hager, Evan Gibbs
A nationwide junction was issued Tuesday evening blocking implementation of the U.S. Department of Labor's new rules increasing the minimum salary levels required for most white collar exemptions.
By Clifford Sikora, William Derasmo, David Rubin
•FERC proposes to revise the pro forma Large Generator Interconnection Agreement ("LGIA") and the pro forma SGIA to require all newly interconnecting large and small generating facilities...
By David Gettings, Timothy St. George, David Anthony
In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, courts and litigants alike have been trying to determine the contours of constitutional standing...
By Yane Park
The most current version of the I-9 form is now available ( and employers must use only this version beginning on January 22, 2017.
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