Many federal statutes, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act, have provisions allowing for a recovery of statutory damages. But what happens when there is no concrete injury, as in the Robins v. Spokeo, Inc., case? The question then becomes whether statutory damages rises to the qualification of “injury in fact” under Article III for the purposes of certification in class action litigation.
Learn more about the Robins v. Spokeo, Inc., case, “injury in fact,” and what it means for future statutory class action cases by downloading the full “Did Congress Go Too Far?” article below.
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