|Event Date||Wed Mar 25 EDT (almost 2 years ago)|
The Fair Credit Reporting Act regulates the reporting and use of consumer credit reports. Violations of the Act can lead to pecuniary loss by unsuspecting entities. This topic helps the person or persons responsible for accurate reporting to establish, develop, and maintain best practices to avoid violations. Additionally, it will help inform persons of the requirements to notice consumers as to the impact of risk-based pricing on products offered. Finally, litigation strategies for prosecution and defense will be thoroughly explored.
• You will be able to define permissible purposes.
• You will be able to discuss risk-based pricing notices requirements.
• You will be able to explain to your client their enforcement rights.
• You will be able to review credit reports for Fair Credit Reporting Act violations.
Patrick D. Miller
Associate Attorney, Luftman, Heck & Associates LLP