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Credit bureau partly evades willfulness claim thanks to 'bankruptcy scrub'

29 No. 10 WJBLL 04By Kimberly LekmanWestlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability (Approx. 3 pages)

Credit bureau partly evades willfulness claim thanks to 'bankruptcy scrub'

29 No. 10 WJBLL 04By Kimberly LekmanWestlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability (Approx. 3 pages)

29 No. 10 Westlaw Journal Bank and Lender Liability 04
October 17, 2023
Credit Reporting
Westlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability
By Kimberly Lekman
Copyright © 2023 Thomson Reuters.

Credit bureau partly evades willfulness claim thanks to 'bankruptcy scrub'

Bailey v. Experian Information Solutions

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Experian Information Solutions Inc. has persuaded a federal judge that it did not willfully violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act by inaccurately reporting that an Idaho woman's car loan was not discharged in her Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Opinion:
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