Monthly Archives: April 2018

Technical FACTA Violation Insufficient to Confer Standing

A federal court in Texas cut short a putative class action alleging violation of the truncation requirement under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), sending a clear message to plaintiffs that minor inconvenience flowing from a procedural violation

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