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Second Time’s the Charm? Supreme Court Takes Up Landmark FCRA Case to Address Whether Congress Can Create Standing

Posted in CFPB, Credit Reports

Zombie or no-injury plaintiffs seeking to represent zombie or no-injury classes are on the rise. In these suits, plaintiff was not injured, and there’s no way to prove who, if anyone, in the class was. Thomas Robins is one of those plaintiffs who brought suit on behalf of a class of similarly situated consumers against… Read More