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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
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