A brief history of the FCRA and the potential for new litigation after Dodd-Frank


"This article traces FCRA [the Fair Credit Reporting Act] from its beginnings, which focused almost exclusively on the dissemination and use of credit and other consumer reports, to its present central role in the financial services industry, and concludes by considering Dodd-Frank's effects on FCRA's future."

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