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The Ninth Circuit holds that courts may not impose limits on FACTA class certification based on disproportionality or the potential for huge statutory damages

01 October 2010

Litigation Alert

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in a class action seeking a substantial award of statutory damages under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) reversed the denial of class certification, holding that the lower court had abused its discretion in finding that a class action was not a superior method for adjudicating claims.

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