Ninth Circuit Closes the Final Chapter in the Moran v. Screening Pros Saga

The 9th Circuit has ruled that Screening Pros did not negligently or willfully violate the FCRA by providing a report that contained non-conviction records more than seven years after the date of the charge. The lawsuit, filed in 2011, alleged that Screening Pros improperly included a non-conviction record that predated the report by more than 7 years. The company, however, argued that the record was properly includable because it was less than 7 years after the charge was dismissed.


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