July 21, 2021

FCRA Year in Review: Key FCRA Appellate Decisions

Rebecca E. Kuehn

The case law surrounding the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is ever-changing. In 2020, the appellate courts had numerous opportunities to weigh in on many unanswered questions that remain in litigation after over 50 years since the statute was first enacted.

Hudson Cook Partner Rebecca Kuehn and her co-author David N. Anthony revisit the top appellate FCRA decisions of 2020.

FCRA Year in Review: Key FCRA Appellate Decisions

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