Vitas Healthcare Corp. Employees Alleges Form Violates Fair Credit Reporting Act

Vitas Healthcare Corp. job applicant Jazzina Williams alleges she was provided a facially invalid authorization form when she applied for employment. The complaint states that the plaintiff signed background investigation authorization and release forms given to her by the company in April 2016, but she alleges the form is unlawful because it includes a clause requiring applicants to release from liability all persons, companies and governmental or other agencies disclosing such information. Williams has requested a trial by jury and seeks judgment against the defendant.

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