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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that DISH violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) in two ways. First, Plaintiffs allege that DISH failed to provide proper legally required disclosures to Contractor Technicians prior to obtaining consumer reports on them for employment purposes.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Credit Plus willfully violated a provision of the FCRA when it included a MERS Report with information that indicated plaintiffs had mortgage liens with an “inactive” status, without indicating whether the mortgage lien was paid-in-full, transferred to another servicer, foreclosed, or discharged in bankruptcy.

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Blu Products, Inc. used firmware from Shanghai Adups Technology Co. on their phones to continuously capture and transmit the owners’ text messages, personal contacts, call logs, physical locations, and other confidential data to servers in China.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that patients provided certain patient information to the Tampa General Hospital, and that one or more former hospital employees inappropriately accessed that patient information. The lawsuit further claims that the Hospital is responsible for certain potential losses to patients allegedly resulting from the events described in the lawsuit. 

This lawsuit claims that Online Information Services, Inc. has been routinely dialing the cellular telephone lines of individuals using an artificial or prerecorded voice while attempting to collect alleged debts in violation of the TCPA.

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This class action alleges that CVS violated the federal law by making unsolicited automatic telephone calls to cell phones without the owners prior express consent.

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This class action alleges that Nationstar bank violated federal law by pulling a credit report from a prior customer without a proper purpose.

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This class action alleges that the Lyft sent unsolicited text messages to consumers in violation of federal law.

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The plaintiff in this lawsuit alleges that L.A. Tan violated an Illinois law called the Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”) by collecting Illinois customers’ fingerprints without obtaining their informed written consent. The plaintiff also alleges that the defendant violated the BIPA in other ways, and that the defendant violated other legal rights of hers through the same conduct. 

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that MAPCO was negligent in failing to prevent the May 2013 data breach and therefore violated the law.