Although the plaintiff in Landy v. Thomson Reuters Corp., 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 162741 (D. N.H. Sept. 24, 2018) was unable to demonstrate concrete harm, the severity of the alleged Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) violations was sufficient to convey Article III standing. The plaintiff in the case was suspended without pay after five months of employment with Time Warner, New Hampshire, for failing to disclose that he had served time in a Texas prison. Although he cleared up the mistaken identity with the Texas prison system, he still was terminated. He sued background screening company TRC, alleging that it violated the FCRA in four separate ways.