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Court reconciles seemingly redundant FCRA provisions for first time (access required)

To avoid concluding that two preemption provisions in the Fair Credit Reporting Act, or FCRA, are redundant, the court, for the first time, joined other district courts in holding that one preemption provision applied to state statutory claims and the other addressed only state common law claims. Background James Hoback discovered a discrepancy in his credit history ...