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Can consumers sue the federal government and its agencies for violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act? As we previously have observed, the answer varies by circuit and even by district, but the Supreme Court of the United States has just officially declined to wade into the debate—at least for now.


Like most industries today, Consumer Finance Services businesses are being significantly impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Troutman Sanders and Pepper Hamilton have developed a dedicated COVID-19 Resource Center to guide clients through this unprecedented global health challenge. We regularly update this site with COVID-19 news and developments, recommendations from leading health organizations, and tools

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Troutman Sanders and Pepper Hamilton have collaborated to produce a series of podcasts to discuss litigation topics

On April 8, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit denied defendant TransUnion’s petition for a panel rehearing and petition for a rehearing en banc in Ramirez v. TransUnion LLC, a case that has been monitored closely by credit reporting agencies. 

 The Ninth Circuit’s February decision in Ramirez represented a notable

The status of the Louisiana Public Service Commission’s (“Commission”) potential enforcement of the available emergency measures pursuant to the Do Not Call General Order (Docket No. R_29617, decided Oct. 11, 2006) (“DNC Order”) has been unclear. While these emergency measures generally have been imposed during prior emergencies, they presently remain unimplemented despite Governor John Bel

On Friday, April 23, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia approved Facebook’s $5 billion settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, nearly 10 months after the FTC had announced it in July 2019. The settlement is the largest penalty in history for a violation of consumer privacy, the largest obtained by the

Please join Troutman Sanders attorneys, Ronald Raether, Ashley Taylor, Avi Schick, and Sadia Mirza for a Complimentary Webinar, “COVID-19: CCPA and Regulatory and Governmental Litigation Update” on Thursday, May 7, 2020 from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET.

With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) enforcement date around the corner, we will provide

In Hassel v. Centric Bank, et al., the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania granted a furnisher’s motion to dismiss claims brought under Sections 1681i and 1681s-2(b) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. In doing so, the Court reinforced the pleading standard for FCRA claims against data furnishers