Justices Grapple With Harm Line In FCRA Class Standing Row

By Allison Grande (March 30, 2021, 11:09 PM EDT) -- Several U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday appeared receptive to allowing more than 1,800 class members who had inaccurate credit information disseminated to third parties by TransUnion to recover damages under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, but questioned whether thousands of other members whose information wasn't publicly shared could also participate. 

During oral arguments in a complex FCRA case Tuesday, the Supreme Court mulled whether a risk of harm is sufficient to establish standing in class action lawsuits. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) During an oral arguments session that spanned an hour and a half, the high court weighed how to apply Article...

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