Plaintiffs’ Standing to Assert FCRA Violations Dealt Another Blow

The class-action case of Schumacher v. SC Data Center, Inc., demonstrates that plaintiffs may not have standing to pursue violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) requirements that employers provide information to prospective employees. The Eighth Circuit held that the plaintiff in the case did not have standing to pursue an Adverse Action Claim, an Improper Disclosure Claim, or a Failure to Authorize Claim.


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