Tag Archives: Spokeo

U.S. Supreme Court: To Establish Standing, Statutory Claimant Must Allege “Concrete” Injury

In a closely-watched case, the U.S. Supreme Court held that to establish standing to sue, a claimant who alleged that inaccurate information on the Spokeo website about him violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act must show that the supposed FCRA violation caused him “concrete” harm. Defense-side advocates had hoped that the Court would strike down … Continue Reading

Why the Supreme Court’s Recent Class Action Decision is Important and What May Be Coming Next

After the Supreme Court issued its decision last week in Campbell-Ewald Co. v. Gomez (here), in at least some quarters the story about the decision spread under the heading that the Court had issued an important Telephone Consumer Protection Act ruling. The case in which the Court issued its decision does indeed involve a TCPA … Continue Reading
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