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Bryant Lamer Joins Panel Discussion on Fair Credit Reporting Act

Spencer Fane attorney Bryant Lamer recently participated as a panelist at the National Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions and Government Enforcement hosted by the American Conference Institute.

Titled “The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and A Matter of Standing: Demonstrating the Degree of Harm Required to Certify a Class,” the panel touched on multiple topics, including the considerations that should be taken under advisement before filing a case, the impact of moving to dismiss a case when filed in federal court, practical advice concerning removal of a case filed in state court and then seeking dismissal for lack of subject matter jurisdiction, what constitutes a concrete and particularized injury, and how recent changes to the Supreme Court could impact the law of standing in class actions.

If you have any questions regarding the topics presented at the conference or any class action litigation questions, please contact Bryant Lamer at 816.292.8296 or by email at blamer@spencerfane.com

To learn more about the presentation, please click here.