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By William J. Simmons and Bill Foster on February 10, 2020 Read More
In Bultemeyer v. CenturyLink, Inc., the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals reversed an earlier decision by the District Court which had determined that the plaintiff lacked Article III standing to file suit, alleging Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) violations were committed by the defendant. Read More
A collective group of state attorneys general issued an amicus brief requesting the Supreme Court reject Seila Law LLC's argument that Title X of the Consumer Financial Protection Act should be discarded based on the alleged unconstitutionality of a provision that the president may only fire the agency's head for cause. Read More
In December 2019, The Appellate Court of Illinois affirmed summary judgement in favor of the defendant in a case regarding the use of credit checks during the application process for a customer service representative position. Read More
The Third Circuit lifted an injunction that had frozen a measure to ban Philadelphia employers from inquiring about salary history. Read More
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