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Classes Certified in Background Check suit (access required)

In plaintiffs’ suit alleging violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Richmond U.S. District court grants in part plaintiffs’ motions to certify two classes. In September 2009, plaintiff obtained a job with Cableview Communications, which was purchased by defendant ...

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Suit Alleges Improper Access to Credit Reports (access required)

Consumers who allege defendants, including The Servicing Company LLC, have improperly obtained consumer reports of plaintiffs and then resold those reports to Internet payday lenders have stated claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act against the company and its owner; ...

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Drivers’ HOT-Lanes Challenge Advances (access required)

In plaintiff commuters’ suit alleging defendant operators of the High-Occupancy Toll Roads in Northern Virginia violated various federal and state laws by assessing massive fees and penalties for minor toll violations, the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiffs’ claims alleging ...

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Credit reporting company to pay $12M (access required)

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Virginia consumer lawyers have scored a judgment worth nearly $12 million in a class action against a credit reporting company that deliberately obscured sources of information on credit reports. The misleading information likely hampered consumers trying to discover the sources ...

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