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Posts tagged as “Second Circuit”

2nd Cir. Holds False Claims Act Applies to Loans Made By the FRBs

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently held that the federal False Claims Act (FCA) applies to persons who present false or fraudulent loan applications to Federal Reserve Banks (FRBs) because the latter are “agents of the United States” within the meaning of the FCA and the loan money is provided by the United States to advance a government program or interest within the meaning of the FCA.

2nd Cir. Holds Entity is Not a ‘CRA’ Unless It ‘Intends’ to Provide ‘Consumer Reports’ Under FCRA

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently affirmed entry of summary judgment in favor of a prominent media and information firm against a job seeker’s claims that it furnished false information in a purported “consumer report” obtained by a prospective employer in…

2nd Cir. Holds No FDCPA Violation for Failure to Disclose Whether Fees or Interest Continues to Accrue

In an unpublished ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held that when a debt collector did not seek to collect fees and interest after default, its letter to a borrower that did not state whether fees and interest continued to accrue…

2nd Cir. Rejects FACTA ‘Credit Card Expiration Date’ Claim, Citing Spokeo and Joining with 7th Cir.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently joined the Seventh Circuit in holding that printing a credit card expiration date on an otherwise properly redacted receipt does not constitute an injury in fact sufficient to establish Article III standing to bring a…