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The new rules for furnishers of credit reporting information take effect on July 1, 2010. Subject to several exceptions, the rules implement two significant changes for furnishers. First, the rules require furnishers to implement reasonable written policies and procedures regarding the accuracy and integrity of consumer information. Second, the rules require furnishers to conduct a reasonable investigation into disputes related to credit reporting submitted to a furnisher directly by a consumer. The Fair Credit Reporting Act rules now in place require such an investigation only after a furnisher receives ...
is hosted each week by a different law blogger who presents a selection of choice posts from law blogs across the blawgosphere. For first-time visitors to this site, I created The UCL Practitioner in 2003 to cover the California Unfair Competition Law ( Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code sections 17200 et seq. ), which is our UDAP statute or "little FTC Act." I soon expanded the blog's scope to cover California class action law. The UCL Practitioner is what might be called a "hard" law blog. It covers new decisions of the California appellate ... Read More
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