Data Furnishers Should Watch CFPB Plans for Class Actions

Information furnishers, beware. A potential rule under consideration by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is explicitly aimed at opening a new era of Fair Credit Reporting Act class actions against companies that provide consumer information to consumer reporting agencies. Originally published in Law360 – October 17, 2023….
By: Troutman Pepper
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